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The new EU Batteries Regulation: Prepare your Business for the changes

24 Mar 2021 | Event, Webinar,
EU Batteries Regulation

The New EU Batteries Regulation: Prepare your Business for the changes

Mar 24 2021 | 4:00pm GMT / noon EST/ 8:00am PST

This webinar will review proposed changes and will discuss how battery producers can prepare for new requirements. Join to gain an understanding of the additional sustainability requirements and conformity assessment procedures that will be introduced as a result of the new EU Battery legislation. Identify the actions your business needs to put in place to manage the labelling and reporting obligations.


Why Attend

The webinar will review the main requirements of the EU Battery legislation and tools currently available to prepare for its implementation.

• Changes to extended producer responsibility schemes
• Carbon footprinting declaraions and performance classes
• Eco-design obligations, including recycled content
• Safety, performance and durability requirements
• Supply chain due diligence for critical raw materials

There will be an opportunity for Q&A at the end of the session. Slides and a recording will be available for all registered attendees.

Brian Ahlers
Anne Barr, Compliance Map
Anne has over 20 years’ experience in the area of sustainability. Advising on product environmental and social compliance. Providing regulatory guidance on chemicals, waste and resources management and supply chain transparency.

  Brian Ahlers, Anthesis Group
Brian helps clients integrate people, process, and technology to streamline the due diligence obligations arising from REACH, RoHS, and conflict minerals. He has 18  years’ experience in information technology, product lifecycle management, and environmental compliance.

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