Bury to Brussels 13-21 June

Join us on our Two Decade Tour.

Collective voice

Through our hard earned expertise and affiliations with policy makers and other organisations in the sector, REPIC proactively contributes to discussions on the ongoing development of producer responsibility legislation.

Working together to deliver the best for producers

REPIC invests significant time and resources to develop key partnerships across the producer responsibility sector. Each relationship provides a valuable opportunity to share experience and expertise, hear the views of others and bring these together to help shape the future of producer responsibility in the UK.

Proactive contributions

Collaboration is a key REPIC value – being an active member across a range of organisations provides an unrivalled opportunity to learn from others, share our own insights and work more efficiently and effectively to drive positive change across the UK and Europe.

REPIC works across our sector and beyond to ensure we are leading development.

Working with respected partner organisations, we have been involved in ground breaking research, recycling behaviour change campaigns and national policy development.

Our most recent research findings can be viewed on our Making a Difference pages.



REPIC is proud to collaborate with the following organisations:

The Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances is the trade association for the manufacturers of small and large domestic appliances, representing over 80% of the appliance industry.

The British Metals Recycling Association represents the metal recycling sector in the UK from multi-national companies to family run scrap yards. The BRMA is the only trade association representing all metal recyclers in the UK and is the voice of the UK metals recycling industry.

The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management is a professional body for the waste management industry in the United Kingdom.

The European Electronics Recyclers Association is the association for WEEE reuse, recycling and reprocessing industry in Europe. The vision is for a resource efficient economy where WEEE is a managed as a valuable resource and which is returned into the European market as equipment prepared for reuse or as secondary materials.

The Environmental Services Association (ESA) is the trade body representing the UK's resource and waste management industry.

The Industry Council for Electrical Electronic Equipment is the industry body that represents the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) sector. It is the forum for industry to work together with government and regulators on WEEE policy and implementation.

The Joint Trade Associations comprises nine producer trade associations, including the Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances, Lighting Industry Association and TechUK. The JTA provides producers with a collective voice when talking to Government and other stakeholders.

Material Focus is an independent not for profit organisation. The team's mission is to stop electricals being hoarded and thrown away and ensure they're reused and recycled instead. The funding for their activities comes from the UK WEEE Regulations Compliance Fees.

The North East Recycling Forum (NERF) has been active in the North East for over 30 years. It offers a forum for the public, private and community sector to share best practice in waste and recycling issues.

The Reuse Network supports reuse charities across the UK to help them alleviate poverty, reduce waste and tackle climate change.

The All-Party Parliamentary Sustainability Resource Group (APSRG) aims to inform the debate between parliamentarians, business leaders and the sustainable resource community.

Tech UK brings together people, companies and organisations to realise the positive outcome of what digital technology can achieve.

REPIC is a founding member and shareholder of WEEE Europe, a joint venture between leading producer-led compliance schemes across Europe and beyond. WEEE Europe provides pan-European producer responsibility compliance services to producers.

The WEEE Forum is a knowledge and data sharing organisation whose members are leading producer led, not for profit compliance schemes internationally. The WEEE Forum leads the way in sharing best practice and working with organisations and policy makers across the sector to promote the development of producer responsibility legislation.

The WEEE Schemes Forum comprises the majority of WEEE producer compliance schemes and provides a forum for schemes to discuss non-competitive issues with Government and contribute to the development of the WEEE Regulations. The WEEE Schemes Forum was appointed by DEFRA to administer the Producer Compliance Scheme Balancing Scheme (PBS).

WRAP is a climate action nongovernment organisation (NGO) working around the globe to tackle the causes of climate crisis and give the planet a sustainable future. Established in 2000, WRAP now works in over 40+ countries.

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