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Start an EPR reporting with Lovat in 4 easy steps

  • Integrate your online store
  • Check over the numbers
  • Add in the extra details
  • Submit your EPR report


In just four steps, you can start EPR (extended producer responsibility) reporting with Lovat. It’s really easy. So why wait?

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Never miss another EPR deadline

Our Reports timeline tracks your deadlines for all your EPR numbers. Get live updates of your EPR reporting obligations and a clear view of what’s done and what’s due.

29 countries 9 types of EPR in one subscription

We don’t just calculate your EPR fee, we file them with the right government agencies.

Starts from 190/year.

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If you use Amazon FBA , eBay fulfilment,  all your numbers are ready and waiting via prebuild integration.

Lovat auto-collects the EPR dataset from Amazon FBA. If you have integrated your store, when you come to file, the EPR form will already be filled in. If you have another system to integrate please request.





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Frequently asked questions

When should the EPR report be submitted?

In most places, you report once a year. But for big sellers of electronics and batteries, it's every quarter. Reporting times depend on your license and usually last from January 1 to August 1, depending on the country. For example, in the UK, if you make packaging, you must send your yearly EPR report by May 31 the next year. In France, if you make batteries, you need to send your EPR reports every quarter by the 15th day after the quarter ends. Lovat users don't need to worry about deadlines. They can check their EPR deadline in the Lovat dashboard and get reminders. Prices for yearly reports start at 190 euros (without tax) for packaging and 250 euros for other types.

What kinds of information do I need to report?

The Extended Producer rules mean your business must give detailed information in three areas: ● What material your packaging is made of. ● The kind of packaging you use. ● The type of waste the packaging creates.

I sell bougie coffee cups, what type of packaging do I need to report?

Packaging such as coated paper, cartons for liquids (such as juice, milk, and other beverages), coffee cups, and similar types of packaging it's a fibre composite packaging.