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|Allianz Design for Recycling Plastics||
The „Alliance Design forPlastics“ sees itself as a link between the public sector, associations, NGOs and the private sector and aims at cooperation within the industry and all stakeholders along the value chain (raw material suppliers, packaging manufacturers, food and consumer goods industry, retail and wholesale, systems, companies). According to the Alliance, concrete measures of the initiative are:
In addition to current news, excerpts from the relevant policy framework and the guidelines „Design for Recycling Plastic Bottles“, the website also features best practice examples.
|Allianz Design for Recycling Plastics|
|Beauty and Personal Care Product Sustainability Rating System||
Sustainability Rating System for Beauty and Personal care products based on chechklist for different topical areas. The sustainability of the packaging is assessed among other aspects. Regarding packaging, the following KPIs are covered with various check-questions: 1. Packaging – Design, policy, goals, 2. Sustainable Sourcing, 3. Packaging attribute communication, 4. Recyclability – Improvingand , 5. Recylability – Sales packaging, 6.Packaging Stewardship list chemical management.
|The Sustainability Consortium|
|Bee – Bilan Environnemental des Emballages||
The tool offers a quantitative environmental assessment of a specific packaging based on LCA data. Based on the calculation of theof a specific packaging, the user can optimize the packaging design.
|Bioplastic tool for packaging||
Internet tool providing information on the five most important substance groups currently on the market (Bio-PE, Bio-PET, cellulose, PLA, Starch blends). The substance groups are described with regard to ecology, society, safety, technology and quality aspects. Further sub-criteria are land utilisation, life cycle assessments, social standards and migration. In addition to the rated information, a checklist is provided as a tool for decision making.
|Association of Organic Food Producers (AÖL)|
|Circular Design Guide||
Extensiveof information and methods on circular design of products.
|Ellen MacArthur Foundation|
|Circular Packaging Design Guideline||
The objective of the guideline is to provide information to all relevant actors of the packaging supplychain on measures to improve recyclability of different types of packaging. The guideline is based on several other guidelines, such as Design forGuidelines (Plastics Recyclers Europe) or Recyclability by Design (Recycling of Used Plastics Limited: RECOUP). The approach is qualitative, based on a criteria set.
|FH Campus Wien|
|Code of Practice for optimizing packaging and minimizing waste||
Guide for EcoDesign of Packaging with a section onwith regard to the situation in Europe, including a checklist to make packaging compatible with for recycling systems.
COMPASS is a streamlined LCA tool for assessing the environmental performance of packaging designs.
|Sustainable Packaging Coalition|
|Design for Recycling Guidelines for PET bottles||
Guide for design of PET bottles provided by European PET Bottle Platform. For different PET bottle type, possible (design) characteristics are assessed in 14 categories with regard to their compatibility inwith regard to the situation in Europe.
|Design4Recycling Kunststoffverpackungen recyclinggerecht gestalten||
Guide providing tables for different materials (clear PET bottles, PP/ PE, PS, flexible LDPE/LLDPE/HDPE/PP) on design criteria for recyclable plastic packaging with regard to the situation in Germany. In addition, best-practice examples are provided.
|ECO-DESIGN of Packaging – A Toolbox for Professionals/ Pack4EcoDesign||
LCA based tool to evaluate pre-defined packaging types. This covers plastic packaging as well as others packaging types (glass, metal, …). Results are provided in three categories (CO2, water, energy) and allocates the results to different life cycle stages. Can be used to evaluate and compare different packaging covered by the pre-defined types regarding the three categories.
|Fost Plus, Prevent Pack|
|EN 13428:2000 Packaging – Requirements specific to manufacturing and composition – Prevention by source reduction||
European standard 13428:2004 outlines a method for evaluating if
|EN 13429 – Packaging – Reuse||
European standard 13429:2004 defines requirements for packaging reuse and presents a framework for assessment to determine whether these requirements have been met.
|EN 13430 – Packaging – Requirements for packaging recoverable by material recycling||
European standard 13430:2004 defines requirements for packaging materialand presents a framework for self-assessment to determine whether the requirements have been met. It also provides practical guidance in assessing recyclability.
|EU 2018 Package||
A package of measures which are part of the EU’s effort to transform Europe’s economy into a more sustainable one and to implement the ambitiousAction Plan.
|EU Action Plan for the Circular Economy||
EU Action Plan which aims at ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns and fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
|EU Plastics Strategy||
The EU Strategy for Plastics in awhich was adopted on January 16, 2018 aims at transforming the way plastic products are designed, used, produced and recycled in the EU. This covers better design of plastic products, higher plastic waste rates, more and better quality recyclates among other aspects.
|European Certification of Plastic Recyclers (EUCertPlast)||
The scheme focuses on traceability of plastic materials (throughout the entire
|Plastics Recycler Europe|
|Global Protocol on Packaging Sustainability 2.0||
The Global Protocol on Packaging Sustainability provides metrics and a framework for businesses on the relative sustainability of packaging.
|The Consumer Goods Forum|
|Information on Bioplastics||
The IfBB webside proviedes an overview on the differnt available Bioplastic materials, their technical specifications, facts and statics and practical hints for processing them.
|IfBB Institut for Bioplastics and Biocomposits - University Hannover|
|interseroh Bewertungsmethodik für Verpackungen||
interseroh offers services to test the recyclability of packagings. The evaluation is carried out for three levels (registration system, sorting,), which are each rated 0-20 points.
|interseroh offers services to test the recyclability of packagings. The evaluation is carried out for three levels (registration system, sorting, recycling), which are each rated 0-20 points.||
The Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive defines essential requirements for packaging to be considered recoverable. EN 13430:2004 amplifies these requirements with respect to material. It provides a framework which may be used (together with four other standards: our other standards (EN 13429, EN 13430, EN 13431, and EN 13432) to support a claim that packaging is in compliance with the essential requirements for it to be placed on the market as required by the Directive.
|„ISO 14040:2006 Environmental management — Life cycle assessment — Principles and framework“||
ISO 14040:2006 describes the principles and framework for(LCA) including: definition of the goal and scope of the LCA, the life cycle inventory analysis (LCI) phase, the life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) phase, the life cycle interpretation phase, reporting and critical review of the LCA, limitations of the LCA, the relationship between the LCA phases, and conditions for use of value choices and optional elements.
ISO 14040:2006 covers life cycle assessment (LCA) studies and life cycle inventory (LCI) studies. It does not describe the LCA technique in detail, nor does it specify methodologies for the individual phases of the LCA.
The intended application of LCA or LCI results is considered during definition of the goal and scope, but the application itself is outside the scope of this International Standard.
|ISO 18602:2013 Packaging and the environment — Optimization of the packaging system||
ISO 18602:2013 specifies requirements and a procedure for assessment of packaging to ensure that the weight or volume of its material content is optimized consistent with the functions of packaging. This is one of several options for reducing the impact of packaging on the environment.
|Nachhaltige von Bio-Lebensmitteln – Ein Leitfaden für Unternehmen||
Guide for decision makers for choosing the „right“ packaging for organic food. Only available in German.
|Orientierungshilfe zur Bemessung der von systembeteiligungspflichtigen Verpackungen||
Guidance for market actors in the dual system (in Germany).
|Stiftung Zentrale Stelle Verpackungsregister|
Assess recyclability of packaging made of: Plastics, steel, aluminium, paper-cardboard, glass and other materials – with regard to the situation in Belgium.
Packaging design guide with regard to the different „conventional“ functions of packaging – not anguide.
|ECR (Efficient Consumer Response)|
|Packaging in the Sustainability Agenda: A Guide for Corporate Decision Makers||
Guide for corporate decision makers. It is explicitly not a packaging design guide, nor a technical document. The guide focuses on how designers, manufacturers, and users of packaging should collaborate to optimize the performance of packaging. Respective practical advices for the management process are provided.
|EUROPEN & ECR Europe|
|Packaging Sustainability Checklist||
The Checklist has been prepared by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) and INCPEN – the Industry Council for research on Packaging & the Environment. It gives a rough overview on the parameters that need to be considered to develope recycable packaging.
|Packguide – A Guide to Packaging Eco-Design||
Guide. Introduction on positioning of Eco-Design in the overall company’s main environmental objectives, management and design processes. Descriptions (2-5 pages) of design strategies and various links to related resources and regulations and standards.
|INCPEN & Envirowise|
|Petcore Design for Recycling PET Tray||
PETCORE has initiated three working groups, dedicated to a)of Opaque and Difficult to Recycle PET Packaging b) Recycling PET Thermoform and c) Recycling PET Thermoforms
PIQET is a streamlined(LCA) tool for assessing the environmental performance of packaging designs. Covers a broad variety of packaging materials (including different biobased polymers and recycled content), different life cycle stages (transport, retail, consumer), product losses, and different EOL options ( , landfilling, , …). Different levels of packaging can be defined separately. Environmental impacts can be calculated in various impact categories.
|Sustainable Packaging Alliance|
|Plastic packaging – a recycling manual from FTI||
The website provides general information on the producer’s responsibility. A quick guide for plastic packaging can be downloaded for free, targetting on improved recyclability. The full guide is fee-based, while members may order one copy for free.
|Förpacknings & Tidnings Insamlingen|
|Plastic Packaging Recyclability by Design||
The Recoup Guide is a detailed guidance to the design of recyclable plastics packaging. It comprises material specific guidelines for PET, HDPE, PVC, PP, and PS of several pages each as well as summarizing tables. The regional scope is the UK.
|Prevention of littering through packaging design: a support tool for concept generation||
This paper proposes that the characteristics of an object are relevant for its chances of being littered, and that this chance can be influenced through design. This is particularly true for packaging.
|Renee Wever, Niels, Gutter, Sacha Silvester|
|preventpack – Prevention and packaging optimization||
Streamlined information onof packaging.
|Recyclability Grading System RPC||
The tool is used by RPC together with customers (closed access). The tool offers a visual grading of recyclability (A – F) (similiar to Recyclass grades) and enables indication of light weighting, PCR content,, and bio-based materials. According to PCR, the objective of the tool is to visualize the „sustainability checklist“.
|RPC Plc - Pack Design Group|
|Recyclability of plastic packaging Eco-design for improved recycling||
The COTREP Guide is a summary of various studies conducted by COTREP. The guide provides polymer and material specific guidance (for flexible PE, HDPE, clear PET, dark PET, PP) for the design of a recyclable packaging with regard to the situation in France as well as illustrating examples.
Tool to check the level of recyclability of your package with regard to situation in Europe and identify improvement options.
|Plastics Recycler Europe|
|Requirements and assessment catalogue||
Guide/ methodology to assess recylability of packaging with regard to the situation in Europe. The assessment can be ordered from Cyclos-HTP.
|Rigid Plastics Packaging – Design Tips for Recyclin||
The guide provides basic design tips to make plastic packaging more recycable. It has been developed together with sorters and processers of waste packgaing.
|WRAP UKPP Recoup|
|SEDEX – Supplier Workbook||
Guide which provides assistance in improving labour standards, reducing negative environmental impacts and ensuring businesses to operate in an ethical manner. Four areas are covered in detail: Labour standard, health and saftey standards, environmental standards and business ethics.
|Sedex Information Exchange|
|The New Plastic Economy||
The report was produced by the World Economic Forum and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, with analytical support from McKinsey & Company, as part of Project MainStream, a global, multi-industry initiative that aims to accelerate business-driven innovations to help scale the. It deals with the question how collaboration along the extended global plastic packaging production and after-use value chain, as well as with governments and NGOs, can help to achieve a systemic change to overcome stalemates in today’s plastics economy in order to move to a more circular model.
|Ellen MacArthur Foundation|