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MUST WATCH for all packaging designers - 10 Codes of Conduct for Design for Recyclability

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Designing for recycling is key to enabling a circular economy. Therefore, we teamed up with value chain partners to develop the 10 Codes of Conduct for Design for Recyclability. Watch this video to learn about the Codes and make sure your packaging is designed optimally to be recycling-ready.

10 Codes of Conduct for Design for Recyclability

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