How Consumer Support for EPR Initiatives Can Benefit Your Business: Enhancing Your Brand Reputation and Social Responsibility

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) initiatives are becoming increasingly popular with consumers who are concerned about the environmental impact of the products they purchase. By supporting EPR initiatives, businesses can not only meet the demands of environmentally conscious consumers, but also benefit from enhanced brand reputation and social responsibility. Here are some ways that consumer support for EPR initiatives can benefit your business: Improved brand reputation: By supporting EPR initiatives, businesses can demonstrate their commitment to environmental

Enforcing EPR Regulations: Understanding the Role of Government Agencies and the Consequences of Non-Compliance

In most countries, government agencies are responsible for monitoring compliance with EPR regulations. These agencies may conduct audits and inspections to ensure that businesses are meeting their obligations, such as registering with the appropriate EPR schemes, reporting on their product waste management activities, and meeting specific targets for waste reduction and recycling.   If a business is found to be non-compliant with EPR regulations, the consequences can be severe. Depending on the nature and severity of the non-compliance,

The Top Benefits of EPR Registration for Your Business: Promoting Sustainability and Reducing Waste

As a business owner, you might be wondering why you should bother registering with Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) regulations. Compliance with EPR regulations can have numerous benefits for your business, from improving your reputation to promoting sustainability and reducing waste. In this article, we will discuss the top benefits of EPR registration for your business. What is EPR? Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is a waste management policy that shifts the responsibility of managing end-of-life products and packaging from taxpayers to producers. EPR

Create Recycled Plastic Bottle Supply Pouch.

Office and School building waste is one of the leading contributors to the rise of landfills. So, after guzzling down a cold soda or water from a PET bottle, don’t just toss the bottle when you’re finished. Reuse the plastic bottles to make pouches for housing pens and supplies at school, or craft supplies at home. Impress your classmates and friends with your sustainable efforts. Share About Us

Sustainability is Survival

With the unprecedented crisis created by the COVID – 19 pandemic, corporates today are forced to rethink about their sustainable initiatives. These involve a commitment of significant resource to reduce the environmental impact that the companies create in the areas of carbon intensity, water scarcity, resource utilization & circularity. There are chances that these multiyear, multimillion-dollar initiatives can be put on the back-burner for the time being when there is liquidity crunch and the cash flows are shrinking. We

Collaboration tools – How can ERP workflow help supply chain management?

A collaboration tool helps people to collaborate. The purpose of a collaboration tool is to support a group of two or more individuals to accomplish a common goal or objective. Collaboration tools can be either of a non-technological nature such as paper, flipcharts, post-it notes or whiteboards. They can also include software tools and applications such as collaborative software.Collaboration tools are broadly classified into three types – communication, coordination and cooperation. How does ERP workflow help in the supply chain management? ERP

Supply chain management tools: Clear and immediate solution?

What does it take to be a master in supply chain management? Well, it is not an easy task but is definitely a very important one to take the business to higher levels and get efficient results. The margin of error with the supply chain management is drastically thinning as a consequence of Covid-19. You would probably not get one way of understanding & dealing with the tangled chains but yes, a few approaches can make the way a lot

Aviation industry Fighting against the crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the airline industry. The air traffic has seen a significant drop due to lockdown across the globe. This crisis is impacting the supply chain of many businesses which are mainly dependent on air cargo which has an impact on IMPORT & EXPORT of a nation. As per the International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecast global air traffic will be affected by 38%.  Will we see many airlines going bankrupt and mergers happening? Only time can answer that. The

Supply chain Challenges faced by Cement Industries

For an industry segment like cement where high product volume is intrinsic to the business, logistics and supply chain play a critical role in ensuring service differentiation in the face of increasing competition. Transporting material is an essential requirement for industrialisation and urbanisation alike. Further, with rural consumption being one of the main drivers for growth in India, it is important to build an effective and scalable supply chain network to reach the last mile. Supply chain in India faces a

Can ocean freight meet the supply chain challenges in the COVID crisis?

The United States Postal Service (USPS) is shipping mail and parcels to ten European countries via ocean freight to address the issue of limited air transportation resulting from widespread flight cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19, according to a postal advisory dated 23rd April. The first batch of mail shipped to Europe in this way left JFK International Service Centre in New York for the Port of Rotterdam April 20 carrying five containers of mail weighing 32,768 kilograms to Austria, Denmark,