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Where to confer a cap consisting of cork/wood and plastic?

In the case of composite packaging consisting mainly of cork/wood with plastic (>5%), it should be noted that Annex VII does not provide identification coding for this type of packaging, ...
Last modified on 04/10/2023

Where to confer a cork stopper?

If the cork is made of cork, the consumer should be instructed to dispose of it in dedicated separate collection, where applicable, or in the separate collection for organic waste, ...
Last modified on 04/10/2023

Is the cap of a beer bottle that is uncorked using a bottle opener considered to be manually separable?

The cap of the beer bottle must necessarily be separated from the bottle for the use of the product, to then be disposed of in the correct separate collection according ...
Last modified on 19/11/2021

How do you identify a steel cap with a plastic seal that weighs <5% of the total weight of the cap?

In this case, since the secondary material is <5% of the total weight of the cap, this can be considered as a single material packaging. Therefore it will have FE ...
Last modified on 19/11/2021

How do you identify a cap made of two different plastic materials: LDPE pourer and PP cap?

Packaging structurally composed of two or more polymers are identified with the code “7” since Decision 129/97 / EC does not provide for specific codes for these materials. Anyone wishing ...
Last modified on 19/11/2021

How do you identify a glass bottle that has a non-manually separable plastic anti-topping cap?

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