For registrations on the Waste Tyre EPR Portal, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) of India has published Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). The SOP outlines the necessary information and documentation, as well as a step-by-step procedure for registering on the site. Additionally, it contains details on how to manage and amend registrations.
Who is required to sign up for the Waste Tyre EPR Portal?
Registration on the platform is essential for all parties involved in the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) scheme for waste tyres. This comprises:
��Manufacturers of tyres.
��Waste tyre collectors.
��Tyre recyclers for used tyres.
��Tyre recyclers for used tyres.
��Merchants in waste tyres.
��Brokers for used tyres.
What documentation and details are necessary for registration?
Depending on the type of stakeholder, different information and documentation are needed for registration. However, the following details must be provided by all parties:
��Registration office location.
��Contact information (phone number, email).
��PAN number, GST number, and banking information.
The following details must also be provided by tyre manufacturers:
��Tire production or import volume for the prior year's.
��EPR aims for the current year.
Waste tyre collectors, recyclers, retreaders, traders, and brokers must give the following details:
��Capacity for collecting used tyres.
��Capacity for recycling used tyres
��Retreading used tyres
��Trading used tyres, an
��Broking used tyres.
How do I sign up for a Waste Tyre EPR Portal account?
Follow these procedures to sign up for the Waste Tyre EPR Portal:
��Visit the website for the Waste Tyre EPR Portal.
��Select "Register" from the menu.
��Choose what kind of stakeholder you are.
��Enter the necessary data and upload the necessary files.
��Select "Submit" from the menu.
The CPCB will examine your registration when it has been submitted. You will be notified by email once your registration is accepted.
How can I maintain and change my registration?
After signing up for a user account on the Waste Tyre EPR Portal, you can edit and manage your registration whenever you want. Log into your account and select the “My Account”
page to accomplish this. You can modify your contact information, bank account information, and other information from here. Additionally, you may see your compliance level and EPR target.
How to fix registration problems?
You can ask the CPCB for help if you run into any registration problems. The webpage for the Waste Tyre EPR Portal includes the CPCB’s contact information.
A crucial step towards the successful implementation of the EPR plan for waste tyres is the SOP for registrations on the Waste Tyre EPR Portal. It will aid in ensuring that the plan is
implemented in a transparent and effective manner and that all stakeholders are aware of their responsibilities.
The Waste Tyre EPR Portal requires registration from all parties involved in the EPR scheme for waste tyres. Depending on the type of stakeholder, different documents and information are needed, but all stakeholders must supply the same fundamental information, such as the company name, address, contact information, and PAN and GST numbers. Visit the portal website, choose your stakeholder category, and fill out the registration form to get started. By login into your account, you can later modify and manage your registration whenever you like. To get help with registration concerns, get in touch with the CPCB.
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