Deposit return systems (DRS) have been implemented in over 50 jurisdictions worldwide.
Category: Circular Economy
The letter focuses on the issue of downcycling PET beverage bottles in textiles claimed to be “sustainable” or “circular.”
Reloop and ZWE release guidelines for legislating MWS in the context of the Renewable Energy Directive
This policy briefing by Reloop and Zero Waste Europe provides guidelines for legislating mixed waste sorting (MWS) in the context of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED).
Mixed Waste Sorting: The next frontier for the circular economy.” conference will take place on March 21, 2023, in Brussels, Belgium, from 9 AM to 4 PM CET.
In this new fact sheet, we provide an overview of which jurisdictions use flat- vs. variable-rate deposits and how they perform.
Our policy brief explains what is necessary if the EU is to meet its recycling and carbon emissions reductions targets and achieve real circularity.
Target 90: An unprecedented coalition of businesses across the EU calls for an ambitious approach to beverage packaging.
This is an opportunity to significantly reduce the demand for virgin resources in a meaningful way.
This report shows that global interest in DRS continues to grow, and that by the end of 2026, around 748 million people could live in jurisdictions with DRS, more than double the population covered as of the end of 2022.
In this new report, Reloop investigates the climate and waste prevention impacts of recovering and recirculating—through closed-loop recycling —the vast majority of single-use drinks containers sold in the EU.
Reloop is back with another episode in our Innovation Series, bringing you expert analysis on emerging issues in the circular economy world.