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In Danish Producer Responsibility (DPA), our purpose is to develop and operate the statutory, national producer register. We have gathered a collection of relevant documents and articles where you can search out detailed information. For example, you can search for procedures or guidelines, notes from the authorities, statutory texts, or Danish and EU related reports and articles.

Statement concerning re-export

Templates for statement on re-export. When a report is made of re-exported quantities it must be documented with this declaration. The registered producer must submit/upload this declaration to DPA-System. The company re-exporting the quantity in question must document with his signature. Refusion for re-exported volumes is possible for marketed volumes 2 years back. Download template for the relevant year.

Forms, Dansk Producentansvar, 2023

Guidance for electronic auditor’s attestation and management’s statement

NEW VERSION!!! The document contains information about the electronic auditor's attestation. Via an electronic invitation made by the producer on the auditor receives a login. The login information gives access to the producer's reported data in the national producer register which the auditor must attest. The document describes the flow for establishment of an auditor's attestation. (Only for Electric Equipment - batteries are not covered yet)

DPA-guidelines, 2023

Scoping of equipment covered by WEEE legislation

The document describes how to assess whether EEE and associated equipment is in scope and thereby covered by legislation on producer responsibility. EPR-schemes. The document describes the directions behind DPAs assessments. The ideas of modularization, compact integration and assembled products are described. as well as components, spare parts and and retail parts.

DPA-guidelines, DPA, 2022

Allocation scheme – calculation principles (WEEE)

This document describes procedures and formulas used in DPA to calculate the share of WEEE allocated to each producer. The distribution of WEEE from households is referred to as “the allocation scheme” and concerns geografical allocation of WEEE to be collected by the collective schemes on municipal collection sites.

DPA-guidelines, 2022

Economic implications of producer responsibility (BAT)

This document describes the various economic implications the producer can meet: Fees to DPA, costs in relation to collection and recycling, information campaigns and marking of products, membership of collective schemes, payment to SKAT for portable batteries and design of products.

DPA-guidelines, DPA, 2022

Administrative procedure for communication under the allocation scheme (WEEE, BAT)

Description of the administrative procedures in connection to the allocation of waste from electric and electronic equipment and portable batteries. Allocation is also called annual shift on 1 September. The document focusses on responsibility, duties and guidelines for cooperation between relevant parties (producers, local authorities, minicipal waste management companies, collection sites, operators) and on procedures for supplying and collecting equipment.

DPA-guidelines, DPA, 2022

Definition of producers and importers (WEEE)

This document describes, how to decide whether or not a business is subject to producer responsibility for EEE in Denmark. It is the first level of the distribution chain in DK who has the responsibility. Foreign companies can only register if dealing in distance sales (eg. Internet sales). The rules apply for both producers as well as importers. Registration requires a VAT no. (CVR no.)

DPA-guidelines, 2022

Marking of products (BAT)

Batteries and accumulators are covered by 3 types of marking demands: Crossed-out whelled bin symbol, the chemical symbols for lead (Pb), mercury (Hg) or cadmium (Cd) (within certain limits) and an indication of capacity. In addition, producers and importers must inform users about management of waste batteries. The document contains a standard text for this information, created and approved by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency.

DPA-guidelines, DPA, 2022