introduces new harmonized signage to improve consumer product sorting and
enable better recycling.
a not-for-profit organization established to reduce the impact of discarded
packaging on the environmental, has published new logos to enable better
sorting – sorting information (info-tri). The new icons combine the Triman,
which replaces Le Point Vert, new icons representing sorting rules for each
packaging material, and a color code based on the sorting containers:
– all other packaging types
new icons will be in use from January 1, 2022, and will be rolled-out until
new signage was developed following several consumer studies. They have been
designed to enable better:
with recycling regulations
is just one of the changes that follow in the wake of France’s anti-wastage and circular economy law (AGEC
Law), which stipulates that consumer information for product sorting must be
harmonized in order to improve recycling.
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and consultancy work for technical and non-technical parameters applicable to a
comprehensive range of consumer products. After all, it’s only trusted because
it’s tested. Learn more about SGS’s Commitment to the Circular Economy.
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