Join us for the second webinar in Reloop’s Deep Dive into European DRS series, as we explore the deposit return systems (DRS) in Iceland and Finland.
In this new fact sheet, we provide an overview of which jurisdictions use flat- vs. variable-rate deposits and how they perform.
Our latest fact sheet, “Deposit return systems: How they perform” presents the most up-to-date performance data for DRSs worldwide.
In this new fact sheet, Reloop provides an update on recent developments in DDRS, including an update on DDRS trials.
This fact sheet represents a compilation of results from over 100 public opinion polls gathered on a global scale over the last 20 years (2003-2022).
As 2022 draws to a close, we wanted to share some of our highlights with you.
Reloop’s short guide summarising all the key details and provisions on the European Commission’s revision of the Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation (PPWR).
Reloop pulled together a coalition in EU which supports the overall direction and ambition of the Commission´s Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation proposal.
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.
Reloop commissioned Kantar/Consumer Link in Aotearoa/New Zealand to undertake consumer research polling regarding the New Zealand Government’s proposal to introduce a beverage container return scheme (CRS). The survey found that New Zealand consumers are overwhelmingly in favor of the Government’s proposal to introduce a CRS for the recycling of beverage containers. Most consumers indicated a preference