The PRN market is far from perfect, according to feedback we have received from our members for some time now.
The issue of transparency is often the most common complaint, so we’re asking our members, obligated producers’ and reprocessors for their views on whether they want to see more information about how PRN money is invested.
Please take a few seconds to answer this question to let us know your view:
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ecosurety is hosting a free launch dinner in London on 27 September to unveil a new concept for the PRN market called Circularety. Please click here to register now.
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