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Businesses move to shore up EPR provisions

UK businesses have been taking to Google in their droves as they get ready for new reporting requirements and reforms to reduce packaging waste, according to environmental compliance data firm Ecoveritas. Data from the search engine giant showed a 334 per cent week-on-week spike in Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)-related searches during the first week of…

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