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How to identify packaging made of plastic, paper and steel?

A package made up in this way is a compound package. To identify the material, the C / prevailing material + number associated with the plastic, paper and steel coupling ...
Last modified on 24/11/2021

Are the baking molds for baked goods subject to the obligation of environmental labeling?

If the baking mold is sold together with the product it is a packaging, therefore it is subject to the obligation of environmental labeling. ...
Last modified on 24/11/2021

How to label a glass bottle of oil or liqueur, equipped with a plastic (PP) pourer that cannot be manually separated from the bottle, a paper label attached to the bottle, and a steel cap?

This packaging system must necessarily include: The identification coding of the material as per Decision 129/97 / EC, ie of the glass bottle, ie GL 70;The identification code of the ...
Last modified on 21/11/2021

How to label a plastic film (LDPE), on which a paper label cannot be separated manually?

Regardless of the weight of the label, it must necessarily include: The identification coding of the material as per Decision 129/97 / EC of the main body, that is to ...
Last modified on 21/11/2021

How do you identify a compound with the structure: PAP (44% by weight) + PA (15% by weight) + LDPE (40% by weight)?

This compound is mainly plastic, in particular between the two polymers LDPE is the one that has the greatest weight. Therefore, the encoding will be C / LDPE 81. ...
Last modified on 19/11/2021

How do you identify a glass bottle that has a paper label that cannot be separated manually?

Packaging systems that include a main body and other accessory components that cannot be manually separated [1] , must necessarily bear the identification code of the material of the main ...
Last modified on 19/11/2021