The legislation requires that individuals and companies (both legal entities and private individuals engaged in commercial operations) who introduce packaging into the market such as importers, producers, e-shops are obligated to fulfil all the obligations from packaging law.
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Most frequent questions and answers
- Limit the volume of heavy metals and hazardous substances in packaging.
- Minimize the volume and weight of the package while complying with the requirements placed on the packaged product.
- Submit technical documentation proving the fulfillment of the obligations set out in § 3 and 4 to the control authorities and inform your customers with proof.
- Ensure take-back and utilization of packaging waste to the extent specified in Annex No. 3 of the Packaging Act.
- Submit a proposal for registration in the List of persons who bear the obligation to take back and use packaging waste.
- Keep records of packaging placed on the market or in circulation.
Yes, everyone who puts packaging or packaged products on the market or into circulation is required to keep this record. Violation of this obligation may result in a fine of up to CZK 1,000,000 (40.000€)
The remuneration for the given period (calendar quarter), invoiced to the client, is calculated on the basis of the quantity of packaging indicated in the packaging production statement for this period and on the basis of the applicable fee structure.
The deadline for sending the packaging production report is within 30 days after the end of the quarter. An invoice is issued based on the statement. If the packaging production statement is not sent or the invoiced fee is not paid, this may be grounds for withdrawal from the contract.