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BHETA Webinar – Plastic Packaging Tax – One month on..

Date(s) - 03/05/2022
10:30 am - 11:00 am

Plastic Packaging Tax – One month on…

On 1st April 2022, HMRC introduced the plastic packaging tax in the UK. Most packaging that has less than 30% recycled content is subject to a tax levy of £200 per tonne.

In the build up to the start of the tax, BHETA, Wastepack and members worked together, on your behalf, lobbying Government to ensure that the tax was administered in the fairest way possible and we are pleased to say that HMRC listened to our points and adopted guidance that has helped ensure that the measure implemented have had the smallest effect possible on BHETA members.

Join Paul Van Danzig, Policy Director of Wastepack on Tuesday 3rd May at 10:30am where he will provide an overview of what has changed one month on from the start of the tax and will look at how the tax works in the UK and how it may effect your businesses. This is a good opportunity for any companies who are not sure if they need to comply with these regulations to find out if they are effected and what they need to do about it.

Objective: How the tax works in the UK and how it may effect your businesses
Suitable for: all Members who are not sure what packaging/products are in scope, if they need to send a return, and how to do so
Timing: 20 minute presentation with 10 mins for questions

Following the 20 minute presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to pose questions directly to Paul.

To register for the event, please follow the link below and if you have any questions, please contact Zara in Member Services on



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