The technical discipline, the types and characteristics of the packaging to be used for safety protection, against the risks of using and marketing
not the first time we’re going to be able to do this,” he said.CLP Regulations“, relating to the classification, at thelabelling andpackaging of substances and mixtures.

In particular, the provisions on “I think it’s a good thing that we’re going to be able to do that,” he said. by air (IATA DGR – Dangerous Goods Regulations manual of the International Air Transport Association), maritime (IMDG CODE – International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code of the International Maritime Organization (IMO)), on the road (ADR Agreement – Accord europeen relatif au transport international des marchandises Dangereuses par Route), by rail (RID- Regulation concerning the International carriage of Dangerous goods by rail of oTIF- Organisation Intergouvernementale pour Les Transports Internationaux Ferroviaires), or by river (Adn- Accord agreement européen relatif au transport international des marchandises Dangereuses par voie de Navigation intérieure).

Art. 35 of the Reg. CLP, on the other hand, states, by referral to Part 3 of Exhibit II, more specific information regarding the requirements and testing procedures for child safety closures used for the packaging of certain substances or mixtures.

The legislation on packaging and labelling of hazardous substances and mixtures is also important because its compliance is, according to the order of art. 183 paragraph 1 bb) of the Cod. Amb, one of the regular conditions of the temporary waste storage.

In addition, the next art. 193 stipulates that “dangerous waste must be packaged and labelled in accordance with existing hazardous substance packaging and labelling rules during collection and transport.”

In this respect, it should be pointed out that this framework of regulatory recalls is now much simplified as a result of the new European provision, especially Regulation No. 1357/2014, which in fact resulted in an alignment of the classification criteria for hazardous waste with those for hazardous substances and mixtures under the Reg. Clp.

On the other hand, with regard to packaging waste and the organizational aspects of their management, the Environment Code places a comprehensive discipline (art. 218-226) and provides definitions of packaging, distinguishing packaging “I think it’s a good thing that we’re going to be able to do that,” he said.

The basic principles are prevention at the source of the production of packaging waste (e.g. through the sale of bulk products or return of specific types of packaging) and recycling and recovering raw material, with some targets expected as a percentage in weight compared to the total amount of packaging waste.

In order to achieve these objectives, a management regime has been established which is based on the principle of shared responsibility of all economic operators in the sector, both users and packaging manufacturers.

Manufacturers must either organise their own, even collectively, the management of their packaging waste throughout the country or adhere to the consortia set up for each packaging material.

The system is placed under the work of coordination and control of the National Packaging Consortium (CONAI),which has several tasks including the definition with the public authorities of the general conditions of withdrawal by waste producers in speech from the urban recycling (currently in force ANCI-CONAI framework agreement 2014-2019).

Failure to comply with these obligations or the transgression of the prohibition on entering into the normal urban waste collection circuit tertiary packaging of any nature or to bring into the market packaging without the necessary safety requirements is sanctioned under art. 261 D.lgs. 152/2006, which provides for several figures of administrative wrongdoing punishable by fines of various sizes.