In the EU, extended product responsibilities (EPR) are on the rise. France has taken the lead with the Triman logo and sorting information for packaging and other product groups while the other EU member states are catching up on packaging. Reporting and charging obligations are gradually being introduced in the rest of the world, along with labeling requirements regarding materials and disposal.
In this webinar, we will be sharing an update on the new French sorting information for the product groups toys, DIY and gardening products. In addition, we will explain the mandatory recycling information on packaging in Italy and Bulgaria. To wrap up, we will be sharing a short-term outlook on packaging and labelling trends in Spain.
Sandra has more than 10 years of experience in legal requirements for consumer products with a focus on European legislation. After graduation, she acquired another degree as “state certified food chemist” and obtained legal training with German authorities. She started her career at Hansecontrol and specialized her knowledge on chemical and safety requirements for consumer products including softlines, hardlines and E&E. Sandra is familiar with RSL creation, document checks, DOCs and has practical skills regarding product testing and packaging labeling.
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France: Triman and sorting information
Italy: Packaging material labelling and recycling information
Bulgaria: Material labelling logos and information for single use and reusable packaging
Spain: The end of the Green Dot obligations, outlook to future labelling requirements