Tuesday, June 9, 2015Professional bodies

Triman: a FEBEA guide

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Since January 1, 2015, the new Triman logo must be affixed to recyclable products that fall under a sorting instruction. A provision that also concerns cosmetic product packs, which are part of household packaging. To answer the (numerous) questions that this logo raises, the FEBEA has developed a guide to using the Triman, for cosmetic companies.

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Reminder of the regulations (Decree No. 2014-1577 of 23 December 2014 on the common signage of recyclable products that fall under a sorting instruction, published in the Official Gazette on 26 December 2014), conditions of application, recommendations for packaging cosmetic products, examples of logo affixing on products, on leaflets or on websites: all these themes are in the summary of the User Guide on Triman sorting signage for cosmetic products, which the FEBEA has just published.

Comprehensive, practical and concrete, this 30-page guide simply answers all the questions raised by this new regulation, particularly in small and medium-sized businesses and SMEs for which the FEBEA is particularly intended.

The Guide, in PDF format, is free download on the FEBEA website .

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