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, what label and Info-Tri should you include on your products? What if the size of the label doesn’t fit on the product? And where can you find the most updated artwork and information?
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Starting January 1, 2022, new labeling rules are in effect for products placed on the French market. As part of the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) scheme, producers must use the Triman and Info-Tri logos to inform consumers how their products and packaging can be recycled or responsibly disposed of. This quick guide provides an overview of the labeling rules for the products currently covered by France’s EPR schemes, including proper use of Triman and Info-Tri for packaging, textiles, furniture, electronics, toys and more.
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