GreenPak best option for WEEE Compliance


Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Compliance Scheme such as computers, TV-sets, fridges and cell phones is one the fastest growing waste streams in the EU, which is expected to grow to more than 12 million tonnes by 2020.

Moreover, the production of modern electronics requires the use of scarce and expensive resources (e.g. around 10% of total gold worldwide is used for their production).

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GreenPak’s position regarding eco-contribution and WEEE

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The Government announced in the last Budget Speech that the eco-contribution system with regards to Electric and Electronic Equipment is to be reviewed with the aim of removing it for producers who either join a WEEE Compliance Scheme or establish their own systems for recycling.

During GreenPak’ s  2015 AGM held on 5th May,  a motion was unanimously passed stating that GreenPak Coop should take up at its earliest the compliance of WEEE, on the proviso that the final published regulations will be in line with GreenPak’s position. The position paper can be downloaded from here


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Recycle and Win with GreenPak!

GreenPak representatives are currently carrying out surprise visits and awarding recyclers! 

Take out your green/grey bag on your doorstep and be in the chance to win a bag full of free products!
You may collect a roll of free green bags from your Local Council if you haven’t yet collected them.

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Producer Responsibility


GreenPak Coop Society is a not-for-profit organisation formed and owned by retailers, importers and manufacturers for the recovery of packaging waste.

recycling-boxAdopting the producer responsibility principle, the Maltese business community is working with GreenPak to improve and protect the environment.


Find out more here.