Consumer Information Obligations - (iii) Packaging Marking
Information on the meaning of related markings on packaging that is placed on the market and that relates to his recovery and recycling obligations - examples;
The Mobius loop is used to identify that a product is recyclable
The Mobius Loop with percentage specifies that an item of packaging contains x% of recycled material
The Green Dot is a trademark used on packaging. Use of the Green Dot notifies consumers, retailers and government authorities that payments are being made to a national packaging recycling company to collect, sort and recycle packaging waste. Only companies that have signed a license agreement can use the Green Dot trademark.
The rebranded Keep Britain Tidy symbol aimed at making people aware that they have a responsibility to keep the environment around them tidy and litter free.
This symbol indicates that container is manufactured from aluminium and that it can be recycled and used again. Most drinks cans will have this symbol.
This symbol indicates that the product is steel and is recyclable.
This symbol is often found on glass packaging and indicates that this packaging can be recycled at a recycling centre.