Packaging licensing has never been so EASy...

Our Landbell Group EASy-Shop has a new look! For more than 10 years now, we have been offering shop
operators and stationery retailers a transparent and simple online platform for licensing small and medium
packaging quantities - in Germany AND Austria. With over 20,000 active customers, we are one of the largest
online take-back schemes. Customer focus has always been our top priority. That is why we have worked on
making the EASy-Shop even easier for our customers. EASy-Shop allows our customers to concentrate on their
core business and we take care of the rest - 100% legally compliant!

Discover our new EASy-Shop here!

The "new" Landbell EASy-Shop

In August, it`s time for the relaunch of our Landbell Group EASy-Shop – it’s more transparent, more
user-friendly and more EASy! For over 10 years, shop operators and stationery dealers have licensed their
small and medium packaging quantities online in the Landbell Group EASy-Shop. The "new" EASy-Shop
makes it even easier for them. Be curious...




…not everything made of plastic belongs in the plastic bin?

…that not everything made of plastic belongs in the plastic bin? The yellow bin and the yellow bag are containers for packaging. This means: It`s only  for things that used to have something in it – packaging! This includes plastic cups, sausage packaging, tins, cans and toothpaste tubes, but not plastic toys or old plastic buckets.

With our Landbell separation aid, there is no more ambiguity!

... why the yellow bag is so thin?

...why the yellow bag is so thin? The packaging compliance schemes in Germany determine the properties of
the bags. The specifications are based on the mini-maxi principle, which states that as little material as necessary
for as much packaging as possible. After all, the yellow bag is only intended for light packaging waste such as
yoghurt pots, tins and cans, aluminium trays and drinks cartons. It is not for guzzling up heavy waste such as
toys or frying pans, because that’s not packaging. Another advantage of the thin material is that it is transparent!
So waste collection staff can see immediately whether a yellow bag contains the right waste or not.
Want to learn more about the Landbell packaging scheme?

... that a cat does not belong in the yellow bag?

... that a cat does not belong in the yellow bag? A dead cat was found in the packaging waste by staff members
at a sorting plant. Incorrect sorting complicates the sorting process and can even make recycling impossible.
Want to know what belongs in the yellow bag/yellow bin and what doesn’t? Please check
Your cat will thank you!

… that separating waste saves CO2?

…that separating waste saves CO2? Recyling is good for the environment. In Germany, the recycling of packaging from yellow bags and yellow bins, and glass, paper/cardboard/carton containers, already saves around 3.1 million tonnes of CO2 per year. This is equivalent to the total annual CO2 emissions of the city of Bonn. By collecting, sorting and recycling sales-packaging, Landbell is making an important contribution. Start separating and learn more about our services here.

… that without recycling there would be no toilet paper?

… that without recycling there would be no toilet paper? Currently, at least 85% of all packaging made from paper, cardboard and carton is recycled. But this can only be done if you separate them from the non-recyclable waste. With proper waste separation, we can all easily help to provide the supply chains with (secondary) raw materials during the Corona era! More information about Landbell’s packaging scheme can be found here.

We are here for you!

We are here for you!

Corona has a tight grip on us all. We are taking the situation very seriously and support the German Federal Government's measures to limit the pandemic. The protection of our employees and customers is very important to us – which means that from now on we will conduct customer appointments and meetings preferably via video or telephone conference calls. Our range of services is still available to you without restriction. You can reach us via the usual communication channels. Please do not hesitate to contact us!

Stay healthy!

Your Landbell team

Please also read the letter from our management board regarding this topic.

You need support with your Declaration of Completeness?

You need support with your Declaration of Completeness?

Has your company in 2019 placed more than • 80 tonnes of glass,
• 50 tonnes of paper & cardboard or,
• 30 tonnes of Light Weight Packaging (ferrous metals, aluminium, plastics, beverage cartons, other composites)
on the German market?

Then according to Section 11 (1) VerpackG, you are required to have your annual quantity of packaging certified by a registered auditor. This declaration must also be filed in the LUCID register no later than May 15, 2020.

Do you have any questions or need assistance? Get in touch with us easily now!

Environmental Compliance Report December 2019

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Please find our Environmental Compliance Report for October 2019 under the following link.

Environmental Compliance Report October 2019 – English

We hope you enjoy reading!


New Commission to take urgent action on climate protection

New website for Landbell Group white paper
Landbell packaging scheme to meet increased recycling targets in Germany
ERP Ireland wins awards for communications campaigns

Interview with Raffaela David, Head of Marketing & PR

WEEE Open Scope: Overview of national implementation and practical challenges
Focus on… Colombia
German government agrees ban on plastic bags
New obligation of proof of testing required for lithium batteries  

Increasing recycling rates for beverage cans and cartons
Munich to become “zero waste city”

Titanium dioxide classification hits rare obstacle at European Council
ECHA starts compliance checks on substances of concern in REACH dossiers
New substances proposed for CoRAP

New research project to develop Automatic Waste Collecting & Pre-Sorting System

Europeans willing to pay more for less plastic packaging

Interview with Noelia Marquéz and Patricia Aymà, co-founders and CEO and CTO of VEnvirotech, the 2019 Green Alley Award finalist.
Interview with Alexander Cotte, founder LivingPackets, the 2019 Green Alley Award finalist.