No, the packaging of products that are placed on the market within the European Union must meet the requirements stated in the Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive 94/62/EC. The Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive does not see to a CE Marking, but originated based on the new and global approach.
No, the packaging must meet the requirements of the Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive 94/62/EC. Furthermore, one must also keep the specific Marking requirements of the applying Directive(s) and/ or possible (harmonised) standards into account.
For specific products, additional demands are made upon the packaging in the applying Directive(s) and/or (harmonised) standards. The general demands made upon packaging are the following: Manufacturer’s name and address; Name and address of European authorised representative; Product name; CE Marking; The country where the product is produced; User instructions (or mentioning that these are […]
No, however European regulations exist with regard to the information that should be on the product, there is no uniform requirement with regard to the presentation of the data.