Blog Posts on labelling
French labelling requirements - what's changing?
by Annis Mapleston at 17:01 in Circular Economy, Emerging, Packaging, WEEE, Battery under Environmental
France's 2020 Circular Economy law (the Loi AGEC) has resulted in many changes to their packaging, WEEE and batteries requirements - including substantial alterations to labelling regulations.Triman and sorting instructionsFrom 1 January 2022, the Triman logo will be obligatory on all household packaging except beverage glass (currently only mandatory fo...
Changes to French labelling requirements
by Annis Mapleston at 12:48 in Circular Economy, Emerging, Packaging under Environmental
At the beginning of 2020, France passed a comprehensive new law to amend its Environment Code (see our earlier blog for more details), which among many other things introduced new labelling requirements. Since then, a draft decree has also been published, which provides more details about what producers will need to do in future.From 2021, any packagin...
Packaging labelling is evolving
by Ellen Thornton at 14:51 in Emerging, Packaging, Circular Economy under Environmental
The On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) has launched a review of its labelling rules which will, for the first time, take into account the recycling infrastructure, in addition to developments in collections services. The new rules will take into account the sorting processes at Material Recycling Facilities (MRFs) and the likelihood of that material being r...