The French Environmental Code AGEC has been in force since 2000 as an instrument for a sustainable future. To achieve the circular economy goal, the Environment code made continuous amendments on the regulation, which led to the already known Triman logo in 2015.
The Triman logo is a mandatory, unified signage for end-of-life products created from the French Decree in order to harmonize the separate collection systems within France. On January 1, 2022, new modifications were made and the Triman logo must be accompanied by further sorting instructions (Info-Tri). Since Info-Tri varies for different product groups, in this webinar, we will give an overview of the different product groups affected by the recent changes, which Info-Tris are already effective and how you must label your products.
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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