Report presenting the results of study designed to evaluate the climate change impacts of reusable packaging as part of a reuse system, in comparison with single-use packaging.
Discussion paper drawing attention to some of the challenges associated with Life Cycle Assessments (LCAs) that compare reusable packaging with single-use options in the take-away sector.
Report by Reloop and The Container Recycling Institute (CRI) with analysis showing the introduction of new deposit return systems or program changes has no discernible impact on beverage sales.
Policy recommendations for the PPWR highlighting the urgent need to address the environmental impact of single-use glass packaging.
This IPSOS survey conducted by Reloop France showed that the French strongly support the implementation of a deposit return scheme for beverage containers.
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.
Providing stakeholders with data analysis on high-performing deposit system design principles which deliver environmental and cost benefits to individual states and the region as a whole.
Report focused on drinks packaging explaining how the dual-action approach of a 90% collection target and high levels of closed-loop recycling can deliver critical benefits for the climate, the environment and for business.
A comprehensive summary of over 50 DRSs that are currently in place – including those scheduled to be implemented by the end of
A study looking at how the circular economy can be taken to the next level through the extended use of existing economic measures.