Ecological packaging preferred by law. Natural material virtually exempt from disposal costs.
With straw and hemp insulation you save 73 % compared to plastic insulation such as Styrofoam, and 61 % compared to pure paper insulation.
Our compostable insulation is virtually completely free of disposal costs.
Licensing according to the Packaging Act
Checklist Packaging Act
You are still unsure what the Packaging Act means for you? Our checklist contains all the steps you need to take into account. The list is available for you to download as a PDF.To the checklist
Partner of the 'Duales System'
Through our cooperation partner Landbell, you benefit from the favourable conditions of our framework agreement. If you register with Landbell's Easy Shop, as a Landpack customer you will automatically receive the lowest price, regardless of the quantity.
Your consumption data
You must declare your annual planned quantities to both the 'Zentrale Stelle' and the 'Duales System'. At the 'Zentrale Stelle' an estimated value is already required when registering. We provide you with the data you need.
Landbox Bio: natural material, cardboard
Landbox Hemp: natural material, cardboard
Hemp Bag: natural material, cardboard
Landbox Duo: natural material, plastic, cardboard
Cooling elements: plastic
Dry ice booster: cardboard
Yes. cooling elements and dry ice boosters are part of the shipping packaging and therefore subject to system participation requirements.
According to § 12 No. 1 of the Packaging Act (VerpackG), reusable packaging is exempt from the system participation obligation. Nonetheless, evidence of the reuse and recycling of reusable packaging must be provided pursuant to § 15 (3) VerpackG. Since 1 July 2022, there is also an obligation to register the packaging with the Central Office.
You must report the total annual quantity of packaging. The Dual System report is sent to the Central Office. Depending on the system partner, you must always report the annual quantity in the middle of the year. The remaining quantity must be reported as precisely as possible (planned quantities).
Upon request, we will send you a report from us on the material fractions purchased in a given period. You do not have to start calculating the split yourself. Just get in touch with us!
Packaging subject to system participation ‘typically accumulates at the private end user‘ (cf. 3 § (8) VerpackG).
Sales packaging and secondary packaging that typically does not accumulate as waste after use by private end users are not subject to system participation. Since 1 July 2022, however, you are still obliged to register with the Central Office.
Since 1 July 2022, transport and shipping packaging delivered to retailers or other business customers must also be registered but are not subject to system participation.
The Packaging Act does not apply when packaging is exported. Nevertheless, the packaging regulations of the destination country need to be complied with.
Search the Central Office’s catalogue for all packaging subject to system participation or contact: anfrage@Verpackungsregister.org directly.