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The introduction of a bottle deposit system in Poland has been talked about for years. However, it is not legally regulated in any way. A bill that would finally introduce this system into Polish law is currently being processed in the parliament. It would apply to plastic bottles, reusable glass bottles and aluminum cans. The bill would provide a number of new obligations for beverage producers, importers, as well as distributors.
The bill will be voted on most likely before the end of this year. That is why our law firm, in cooperation with the Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce, the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland, has decided to organize a workshop on the new regulations.
Experts from the environmental protection team Daniel Chojnacki, Partner, and Maciej Białek, Senior Associate, will introduce the content of the law under consideration. They will also discuss the assumptions of the deposit system and the related obligations that would be imposed on particular entities. They will reccomend what actions can and should be already taken at this point.
Date: November 15, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Venue: DZP Law Office, Rondo ONZ 1, 21 FL, Warsaw
Registration form and detailed information can be found on the event's website.
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