Packaging Wastes

The packaging is made from any material used for transportation, protection, storage, and sale of a product from the raw material to the processed product, during the delivery of a product from the manufacturer to the user or the consumer. It can be recycled with those specified in the Explanatory Examples on the Definition of Packaging in Annex-1 of the Packaging Waste Control Regulation.
Packaging Wastes: Sales, secondary, and shipping packaging, which are used for the presentation of the product during the delivery of the products or any material to the consumer or the end-user, excluding the production waste, and disposed or left to the environment, including the reusable packaging that has expired after the use of the product.

Waste Packages must be collected separately at the source under the requirements of the Packaging Waste Control Regulation. Packaging wastes collected separately within this scope; households, workplaces, industrial institutions and organizations, schools, in a special color and appropriate volume under the Zero Waste Regulation, as well as other types of waste. Packaging Wastes collected separately at their source. Plastic and metal wastes are pressed with a press machine, paper, and cardboard wastes are first shredded and pressed, and glass wastes are stored properly after pre-treatment, all wastes are made ready after pre-treatment and sent to Packaging Waste Recycling Facilities to be brought into the Circular Economy.