Plastic packaging

Plastic packaging is sorted into soft and hard plastics and placed in receptacle for plastic packages in nearest recycling room in basements C-line or in recycling central in D0.

- Packaging must be well emptied and cleaned.
- Remove all markings and labels in proper way.
- Absolutely forbidden to put anything on the floor.
- Never overfill the vessels.
- If vessel is full - Go to next recycling room.

Packaging labeled with pictograms for 'Acute toxicity' ('The Skull and Crossbone'), 'Hazardous to the environment' ('Fish and tree') or 'Seroius healt hazard' ('Exploding lung') must NOT be recycled but left as chemical waste according to these routines.

Other types of plastic waste including styrofoam boxes are placed on conveyer band in D0:0.
Packing materials as styrofoam flakesmust be packed in plastic bags that is well sealed and placed on conveyer band in D0:0.
Plastic waste chemically contaminated must be handled as chemical waste.
Plastic waste infectiously contaminated must be handled as infectious waste.

See FTIABs film about plastic packages (Swe).

UU about plastic waste.

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v. 2016-04-27