Packagers of products such as bleach electronic toys drugs aerosols and paint-items that would be considered household hazardous waste-would be required to mark their packages with a special symbol that indicates such products shouldn't be thrown away. Instead leftover products and/or packages must be put in special collection bins either at designated local facilities or in-home bins for curbside collection depending on the country and locale. Further packagers who are required to use the symbol must pay into an EC fund that's set up to finance curbside collection. Seven of the 15 EC countries currently have such collection infrastructures in place. The household hazardous waste draft covers 18 categories of products and may take several years to go into effect.