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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. For years, there has been a consensus that DRS is the only effective way…

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