New analysis shows the introduction of new deposit return systems or program changes has no discernible impact on beverage sales.
Summary of analysis showing the introduction of deposit return systems has no discernible impact on beverage sales.
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.
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.
This IPSOS survey conducted by Reloop France showed that the French strongly support the implementation of a deposit return scheme for beverage containers.
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.
Short fact sheet going over how deposit return has potential to generate meaningful social-economic outcomes.
A convenient and accessible redemption network is crucial for high return rates in a deposit return system (DRS).
Countries, states, and provinces that have implemented deposit return systems (DRS) consistently achieve higher collection rates for drinks containers than those that rely solely on municipal kerbside collection programmes.
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.