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Extended Producer Responsibility isn’t a silver bullet warns EuRIC

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) schemes should only be established when they make economic sense, according to umbrella trade association EuRIC.

Coca-Cola European Partners invests in start-up CuRe Technology to source rPET

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has funded CuRe Technology - a Dutch recycling start-up that aims to process difficult to recycle polymers.

EuRIC calls for fiscal instruments to stimulate demand for recycled content

The umbrella organisation EuRIC that represents a number of European recycling trade associations has said that market- and fiscal-based instruments should be...

Waitrose to replace black plastic trays with multi-coloured recyclable ones

Supermarket Waitrose & Partners has announced that it will use coloured plastic trays instead of black plastics. The new...
Recycling Insights forecast prices

Recycling Insights launches daily 8am markets information email

Recycling Insights has launched a daily 8am markets information and data email. Each weekday, subscribers to Recycling Insights will...

Why we should focus on digital deposit return schemes by Joseph Doherty

Re-Gen managing director Joseph Doherty gives his view on why a digital deposit return scheme (DRS) should be considered across the UK
Valpak head of consulting James Skidmore

Valpak models changes for packaging waste producers under EPR proposals

Compliance scheme Valpak has produced a report that looks at how packaging waste producers will be affected by the Government's proposals for...
Ribena 100% recycled bottle

Ribena bottle redesigned to make it from 100% recycled PET and fully recyclable

Suntory Beverage and Food GB and Ireland (SBF GB&I) has redesigned its Ribena bottle so that it is now made from 100%...

Disappointment expressed at Defra delay to EPR

The Government has announced that Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) will be delayed until October 2025. In a statement...

Aluminium, glass and cartons might be as bad as plastic bottles for the environment

Replacing plastic bottles with aluminium cans, glass bottles or cartons will also damage the environment, according to a study by Green Alliance.
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