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THE REPRESENTATIVE OF RUSSIA HAS HEADED THE ISO SUBCOMMITTEE ON STANDARDIZATION OF PACKAGING

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MOSCOW, April 28, 2020 – One more representative of the Russian Federation heads a subcommittee in the International organization for standardization (ISO).

According to the results of the voting, from April 2020 until the end of 2026 as Chairman of the subcommittee "Functional requirements and test methods of packaging, elements of packaging and unit loads" of technical committee on standardization ISO/TC 122 "Packaging" assigned to the Executive Director of Association of manufacturers of perfumery, cosmetics, household chemicals and hygiene, Chairman of Russian technical committee on standardization №223 "Packaging" Peter Bobrowsky.

Peter Bobrovsky is an expert in the field of packaging standardization, a member of the standardization Council under Rosstandart and a permanent participant in working groups under the Eurasian Economic Commission on the development and amendment of the technical regulation of the Customs Union 005/2011 "On packaging safety". Since 2013, more than 30 interstate standards have been developed under his leadership.

The chairmanship of the Russian Federation will allow us to step up work on the harmonization of regulatory and technical documentation in the field of packaging with international standards, as well as to start developing international standards based on Russian ones. The scope of the sub-committee is related to the development of standards for the conditions of application and test methods for packaging (packaging elements) and individual goods. Since packaging requirements form an important part of the requirements for almost any product and packaging waste recycling is a promising and develop

ing industry, the work of the subcommittee is extremely important for the formation of a modern international regulatory framework.

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