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All about Triman Logo

Designed to unify signage for end-of-life products so it’s easier to separate waste collection systems within France.

It’s been mandatory in France from 1 January 2015 to print the Triman Logo on recyclable products and packaging sold to consumers in France.

The main reason for this symbol is to make it easier for consumers to understand how to sort their rubbish. Products and packaging with the Triman Logo on them are meant to be collected in separate waste streams, such as paper or recyclable plastics.

If the symbol is not there, the product can be disposed of in the general waste.

The Triman Logo is mandatory on all household packaging, textiles and shoes, furniture, tires, and paper products.

From 1 January 2022, the Triman regulations also apply to electronic goods, batteries and similar.

(Information is correct as of December 2023)

See our Sustainability Matters Guide for more information.

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