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CEN/TR 13695-2:2019

Packaging - Requirements for measuring and verifying the four heavy metals and other dangerous substances present in packaging, and their release into the environment - Part 2: Requirements for measuring and verifying dangerous substances present in packaging, and their release into the environment

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Valid from 01.03.2019
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CEN/TR 13695-2:2019
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01.03.2019
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09.12.2013
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This document specifies the methodology and procedure for determining the presence and minimization of other dangerous substances in relation with Annex II Para 1 Indent 3 of Directive 94/62/EC. This document is intended to be of practical use, and to enable efficient application of Directive 94/62/EC, even for small and medium-sized companies in the packaging industry, providing them with a methodology for assessing compliance with the Directive. This document cannot by itself provide presumption of conformity. The procedure for applying this document is contained in EN 13427.
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