Fulfill all legal recycling obligations with your Onlineshop across 30 European countries.

Fulfill all European recycling laws.

  • Packaging Waste Compliance
  • WEEE and Battery Directive
  • Textile Recycling EPR
  • Furniture and Mattress EPR


WEEE & Battery



ecosistant is your digital consultant for sustainable e-commerce, CSR & recycling-compliance across all European markets.
We guide you safely through the jungle of international recycling & waste legislation – easy & cost-efficient.

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Do you sell your products
cross-border in Europe?

Pursuant to the EU packaging waste directive and EU WEEE directive, as well as other national recycling legislation, e-commerce businesses are responsible for the recycling of their packaging and sold products in each country, such as by joining compliance schemes or paying environmental taxes and fees. With each country having their own laws and institutions, WEEE recycling and packaging compliance across Europe is highly complex.

ecosistant helps you fulfill your corporate responsibility in all of your target markets.





Get your packaging license

Are you looking for a cheap & easy way to license your packaging for the German market? No worries, simply send us a short request and we will handle this for you!

Packaging license across Europe

Who must license packaging?

Online shops selling directly to consumers have obligations from European recycling laws. If you sell cross-border, you must also fulfil these laws in your target markets. This is typically done by “licensing” packaging with recycling-schemes. 

With our Compliance-Management-Service, you can easily fulfil your legal obligations for recycling in up to 30 European countries

For sellers of electronics or batteries, our service also includes WEEE compliance guides. Similarly, manuals for textile, furniture, and mattress sellers are included as well.

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Ihre Pflichten für EPR und Verpackungslizenz in Europa kostenlose testen

What are your EPR obligations?

Check the personal EPR compliance obligations of your online shop in Europe with our free test and get all relevant information in less than 1 minute.

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Your benefits of ecosistant:


Get all information on your requirements in each country.


Don’t lose time. All information is tailored to the needs of your business.

best price

Get your solution for the lowest possible price.

Starting from only 19,99€ per country.

up to date

We frequently update our service, so your information is always up to date.


We only recommend certified compliance schemes. You are always in good hands.


Ideal for online shops which offer EU-wide or international shipping.


This is how you manage your
pan-European compliance with ecosistant:

Digital Compliance Consulting

Answer short questionnaires about your business activity and target markets. Our special algorithm will provide all relevant information on each country for your individual needs. With our manuals, you can simply license your packaging or products with compliance schemes yourself – across Europe, easy and efficient.

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ecosistant compliance dashboard

One Dashboard for all countries

Manage your pan-European recycling compliance for packaging, WEEE, batteries, textiles, and furniture in one place. The ecosistant Dashboard makes it easier for you to always have an overview of all tasks in your target markets and reminds you of open to-dos and important deadlines.

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Premium Service

Select our premium service and get an account manager to help you with all your recycling compliance tasks. Let ecosistant take over your corporate responsibility for you. This way you will save even more time and can focus on your core business.

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About ecosistant

We have our origin in e-commerce. Our CEO, Andreas Landes, was responsible for operations and logistics of an international fashion brand, including the fulfillment of its Europe-wide packaging compliance in accordance with the EU packaging waste directive. Although the EU has established outstanding recycling-infrastructure over the past decades, Andreas noticed that politics have overlooked one major factor: e-commerce.

Without assistance from expensive consultants, it was impossible to find out about all requirements and obligations in all countries; much less to find a cost-efficient way for online shops to join compliance schemes across the EU. Together with our CTO, Johannes Kohlmann, he founded ecosistant and designed an online platform to make it possible for e-commerce businesses to fulfill their legal compliance and corporate responsibility for packaging recycling, leading to a more sustainable e-commerce sector.

We truly believe that new technologies can help us live and operate businesses more sustainably. Thus, we have made it our mission to help businesses, as well as the environment with digital and innovative services. Our team will gladly assist you with the fulfillment of your corporate responsibility as well.

We are happy to keep you updated on new developments in sustainable e-commerce and recycling compliance on our blog and newsletter. We are also looking forward to receiving your feedback as well. Please share your opinion and thoughts with us and help us improve!

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