Reloop signed an appeal against removing mandatory provision for deposit return systems from new EU regulation.
Our new position paper focuses on the Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation (PPWR) proposal and the central role of reuse within the draft.
This study involves modelling to measure the greenhouse gas emissions from reusable takeaway packaging compared to single-use equivalents.
Discussion paper exploring the vital need for informed policy decisions around reusable packaging in the take-away sector.
New analysis shows the introduction of new deposit return systems or program changes has no discernible impact on beverage sales.
Evidence from new study debunks myth that Deposit Return Systems (DRS) cause declines in beverage sales
Study released by the Container Recycling Institute (CRI) and Reloop suggests beverage industry concerns that deposit systems lead to sales declines are unfounded.
Our policy recommendations for the PPWR highlight the urgent need to address the environmental impact of single-use glass packaging.
Despite its overall excellence, UNEP’s Turning Off the Tap study downplays the importance and feasibility of delivering quality and convenient waste management services. This study contends that the scale and costs involved make it impractical to implement comprehensive waste collection services for all. However, this perspective can and must be challenged.
Survey conducted by Reloop France showed that the French strongly support the implementation of a deposit return scheme for beverage containers.