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A WEEE question-Thick black line under Wheelie-Bin Symbol

Discussion in 'Other Quality and Business Related Topics' started by Vintage Goose, Jun 9, 2016.

  1. Vintage Goose

    Vintage Goose Active Member

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    Hi, what is the meaning of the thick black line sometimes placed under the Wheelie-bin symbol?

    Neither directive, 2012/19/EU or 2002/96/EC, shows the symbol with a line, but many devices have it on.

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    Thanks Miner, There is nothing in the directive about this, but I guess I need to look at EN 50419.
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    See attached "Fair Use" clip from EN 50419:
     

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    Many thanks, this clears up my misunderstanding.
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