Compliance requirements in the Czech Republic

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WEEE Regulations

Batteries Regulations

Packaging Regulations

WEEE requirements

Registration timescale

Since 12-Oct-05, new producers must register within 60 days of placing EEE on the market.

Registration agency

Environment Ministry, Department of Waste Management

Regulations in Czech

Batteries requirements

Registration timescale

Since 18-Dec-09, new producers must register within 60 days of placing batteries on the market.

Registration Agency

Ministry of Environment

Registration, collection and recycling obligations for batteries producers

Producers of portable batteries

Individual compliance is permitted but is a financially unattractive option

Producers of industrial batteries

Producers have the same compliance options as for portable batteries

Battery Regulations in English

Amendment to Batteries Regulations in English

Packaging requirements

Obligated parties must register and submit data based on the amount of packaging handled, to the Ministry for Environment.

The deadline for meeting recycling targets in the Czech Republic was delayed until 31 December 2012 in accordance with the amendment to the revised Directive, 2005/20/EC.

Manufacturers and importers must prepare a written declaration of compliance with the packaging Essential Requirements for their customers.


Act 66/2006 exempts companies from the take-back and recovery requirements if they place less than 300kg of packaging on the market each year and have an annual turnover that does not exceed CZK 4.5million.

Packaging Regulations in English

Packaging Regulations in Czech

Meeting the requirements

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