Symbols and recycling codes of different materials
Nowadays, recycling is considered as one of the effective parameters on product design, and especially in topics such as Green design, Sustainable design, and Slow design, attention to recycling is of particular importance.
One of the factors that can help in the easy separation of waste at the source after using the product is the recycling symbols on the body of the product that indicate the type of product, some of the most common ones are described below. to be
Code 01: Polyethylene triphthalate
Code 02: High density polyethylene
Code 03: Polyvinyl chloride
Code 04: Code 04:
Recycling 05 Recycling 05
Code 06: Polystyrene
Code 07: Other = Other plastics, which mainly include acrylics, fiberglass, polyamide and melamine (urea formaldehyde).
Codes 8 to 14 respectively correspond to lead-acid, alkaline, nickel-cadmium, nickel-metal hydride, lithium, silver oxide, and zinc-carbon batteries (normal pen batteries).
Code 20: Code 20:
Code 21: Code 21:
Code 22: ترجمه
Code 40: iron
Code 41: ترجمه
Code 50: Code 50:
Recycling 51 Cork
Code 60: cotton
Code 61: hemp
Codes 60 to 69 are generally related to all kinds of fabrics.
Code 70: Code 70:
Code 71: Clear colorless glass
Code 72: Code 72:
Code 84: Code 84:
Link to recycling codes on the website of the American Chemical Society: (Just for reference; note that this forum is not responsible for compiling these codes)