Based on the official data, 81% of beverage cans, 62% of glass bottles and 43% of plastic bottles are currently collected in Poland. Implementing a deposit system for beverage containers would help to increase the tonnage of recyclables from beverage containers by 180,000 tons. In total, a DRS for one-way beverage containers has the potential…

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A new public opinion poll, performed by Research Affairs, a Vienna-based market research company, has found there is a high level of public support for the introduction of a deposit return system (DRS) for beverage containers in Austria. To read a summary of the opinion poll findings (available in English), click here. You can also…

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ÖPG Online Congress: The Deposit Return System as a Success Factor of a Modern Circular Economy On June 23, 2020, ÖPG, one of Reloop’s members, will be hosting an online congress to discuss deposit return systems (DRS) and their critical role in achieving a modern circular economy. Reloop’s CEO Clarissa Morawski will be one of…

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On April 27, 2020, the Reloop Platform organized a webinar to present best practices from around the world in the implementation of national circular economy models for beverage containers. Sweden’s deposit system is the oldest European scheme for one-way beverage packaging and has not only contributed to high collection rates and high quality recycling but…

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On December 10th, Reloop’s Clarissa Morawski was in Paris to participate in a panel discussion on the subject of deposit return for packaging. Below is a recording of the debate, which was hosted by Actu-Environnement and moderated by Florence Roussel. 

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