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Packaging materials containing more than 0.01% by weight of heavy metals shall not be marketed

The limit laid down in paragraph 1 shall not apply to the following packaging materials: (a) lead crystal for packaging; (b) packaging

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1. Requirements for the creation, marking Packers and Movers Hadapsar Pune and placing on the market of packaging

Article 3 (1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), packaging materials containing more than 0.01% by weight of heavy metals shall not be marketed.

2. The limit laid down in paragraph 1 shall not apply to the following packaging materials:

(a) lead crystal for packaging;

(b) packaging glass where the limit value in paragraph 1 is exceeded solely because of the heavy metal content of the glass tile used in its production material and where no heavy metal has been intentionally added during the glass manufacturing process; as well as

(c) plastic crates, pallets for packing materials, in the cases provided for in paragraph 3.

3. Where a plastic crate, a pallet is repaired or a plastic crate that becomes packaging waste is recycled, the prohibition set out in paragraph 1 shall not apply if any other material used for repair or recycling becomes technically repaired or recycled. as part of a recycled plastic crate or pallet, but not more than 20% by weight of the recycled or recycled plastic crate, and no deliberate addition of heavy metal.

4. If, in the case referred to in paragraph 2 (b), the average heavy metal concentration exceeds 0.02% by weight, based on any 12 consecutive monthly monitoring measurements of normal and regular operation in each glass melting furnace, the manufacturer shall send a report to the authority.

(a) the measured values,

(b) a description of the measurement methods used,

(c) the assumed source of the heavy metal concentration present; and

(d) a detailed description of the measures envisaged reducing the heavy metal concentration.

6. Where the packaging glass is not produced in the territory of a State party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area (hereinafter referred to as "EEA State"), the first domestic distributor of the packaging glass shall be subject to the reporting obligation. In the case of imports from another EEA State, the distributor shall provide a copy of the notification of the concentration levels for heavy metals laid down in Directive 94/62 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council under Article 5 of Commission Decision 2001/171 / EC.

7. The results of the monitoring measurements referred to in paragraph 4 and the measurement methods used shall be made available to the environmental authority on request by the packaging manufacturer or, in the case of paragraph 6, by the first distributor.

Section 4 (1) The manufacturer may apply an identification mark to the packaging material and to the way in which packaging waste is treated. If the manufacturer applies an identification mark, other than the identification mark required for packaging material, packaging waste treatment methodothermarkings as specified in separate legislation, he may only use the identification system and methods set out in Annex 2.

2. Where the manufacturer affixes a label to the packaging or packaging, the identification shall be affixed to the packaging.

(a) clearly visible,

(b) lasting, and

(c) be clearly legible after opening the package

must be.

(3) The manufacturer shall affix, in a clearly legible and legible manner, an identification marking of the heavy metal content to a pallet or pallet of heavy metal which has been repaired or recycled in accordance with Article 3 (1) and which contains heavy metal exceeding the limit specified in Article 3 (1), to make the marking permanent and inviolable.

4. The manufacturer, the distributor of the packaging, shall ensure that the identification mark referred to in paragraph 3 is affixed to:

(a) plastic crates and pallets for distribution, take - back, reuse;

(b) plastic crates and pallets which have become packaging waste are recyclable

a system in which recycled or recycled plastic crates and pallets have the longest useful life and at least 90% of the conditions of their remaining in the production-consumption chain.

Article 5 (1) Only packaging which satisfies the essential requirements of Annex 3 may be placed on the market.

(2) The essential requirements for the composition, reusability, and recoverability of packaging waste, including in its material, are set out in Annex 3.

3. The application of the national standards for packaging set out in point 4 of Annex 3 shall be subject to the requirements set out in this Regulation, provided that the essential requirements are met.


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