Digital Deposit Return Scheme
Statement from Polytag on the Government’s response to the Consultation Introducing a Deposit Return Scheme in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Alice Rackley, CEO of Digital Deposit Return Scheme (DDRS) technology pioneer Polytag, has issued the following statement following the Government’s response to its second consultation for England, Wales and Northern Ireland:
France to serve as the European pilot market for Digimarc Recycle
Digimarc Corporation announces an expansion of the Digital Watermarks Initiative HolyGrail 2.0. Building on successful semi-industrial trials, stakeholders across the packaging value chain have selected France as the European pilot market for Digimarc Recycle. All operators in ...
1:44 min Enzymatical recycling
Carbios and Novozymes strengthen collaboration with long-term exclusive strategic partnership to secure worldwide leadership in biorecycling of PET
Exclusive agreement with Novozymes, world leader in enzyme production, ensures enzyme supply for Carbios’ unique recycling technology at industrial scale for future Longlaville operations and all future licensee plants The agreement outlines collaboration to develop, optimize and ...
HolyGrail 2.0 launches open invitation to French operators for pilot market
Building on the successful semi-industrial validation of two prototype detection sorting units, the Digital Watermarks Initiative HolyGrail 2.0 has entered its next project phase, where the HG2.0 technology will be tested for detection, ejection and purity – among others – at ...
ICIS: Scotland’s challenges raise questions around Deposit Return Schemes
The challenges faced by Scotland’s upcoming Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) continue to grow, while recent industry data shows high collection rates can be achieved without a DRS in place, potentially raising questions whether DRS is the only route to better collection.