How are TechCollect NZ managing perceptions of being as a competitor in this space?

/How are TechCollect NZ managing perceptions of being as a competitor in this space?

How are TechCollect NZ managing perceptions of being as a competitor in this space?

  • TechCollect NZ are a New Zealand not-for-profit organisation.
  • We don’t own trucks, collection equipment, or undertake any e-product management or treatment activities ourselves, rather, we work with service providers in the New Zealand market who deliver services in line with our high standards of operation.
  • We have appointed an independent consultant to lead the CEN WG and stakeholder engagement activities to provide an impartial voice to steer the co-design approach. TechCollect NZ is one voice at the table.
  • Also, as part of our investigations we will be assessing a range of potential Product Responsibility Organisation (PRO) models and we will look to test the pros and cons of each option for the MfE to assess further in the next stage of consultation and analysis post our project.
  • The objective of our project is to recommend a product stewardship model to the New Zealand Government to inform a cost benefit analysis and further consultation before drafting any legislation.
  • We are also working with MfE to develop a project introduction letter to support project stakeholder engagement activities that align with the current Government’s regulated product stewardship (RPS) policy direction and have established a network of stakeholders with broad representation from Government, producers, consumers, community groups, social enterprises, retailers and New Zealand’s EEE/WEEE management sector.
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