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FTI's role is to provide all companies with access to the nationwide recycling system, which is designed to simply and efficiently meet producer obligations.
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On April 1, 2013, REPA merged with the Packaging and Newspaper Collection Service (Förpacknings- och Tidningsinsamlingen AB, FTI), and Reparegistret AB were discontinued. In conjunction with the merger on April 1, the subsidiary were discontinued and those producer companies that were affiliated with REPA became affiliates and customers of the FTI.
The aim is that affiliated companies are able to more easily benefit from the goodwill generated by helping to finance a collection system that is highly appreciated by their clients. Another benefit are that FTI are more readily seen by the public at large as being supported by a considerable portion of the Swedish business community.
According to the law "Ordinance of Producers' responsibilities for packaging" all companies that produce, import or sell packaged goods are subject to a number of obligations.
The company shall:
To make it easier for all companies affected by this law, Sweden's business and industrial sector has joined forces to create a common system for the collection and recycling of packaging. A service organization, FTI, has been established.
The recycling system is not profit-motivated. All companies affiliated with the system pay packaging fees in relation to the amount of packaging material their operations generate.
Today nearly 10 000 companies are affiliated with FTI. They account for most of all packaging in the Swedish market. Collection levels have increased and in most cases exceed Government objectives.
Companies that are affiliated with FTI are entitled to use the Green Dot symbol on their packaging. This symbol is used in a large number of European countries as proof that a company meets its obligations as a producer.
New conditions for use of the Green Dot symbol is currently under revision. Also, the symbol will change slightly. Soon we will add new conditions and other information that may be important to your company, if you want to use the Green Dot on your packaging. We will soon also publish print files that you can download on your customer pages at this website. This will give you access to the logos and guidelines of how the symol may be used. You log in to your customer pages with your customer number.
FTI's Instructions - valid from June 17, 2015
Sorting Guide A-Z regarding packaging and newspapers (pdf)