Assessing the ROI of EPR

Scott Cassel of the Product Stewardship Institute (PSI) and Resa Dimino of RRS wrote in the April 2017 issue of Resource Recycling on the success of Connecticut's four extended producer responsibility (EPR) programs. They concluded that "not all EPR laws are equal, and not all are implemented and enforced equally. Moving forward, state and local governments, and their industry partners, should enact EPR laws that most effectively address jointly defined problems, taking into consideration cost, ease of implementation, program convenience and other factors." Read more on PSI's January study of Connecticut's successful EPR programs.