If Europe is to move towards a circular zero waste economy, then it must create systems and initiatives that retain the value of materials by reusing them over and over again, using recycling as a last resort to ensure that no waste is leaked into the environment. Deposit Return Systems (DRS) have proven to be the most effective and sustainable way to make this happen, with an increasing amount of interest and uptake in these systems across Europe.
This webinar will explore what DRS can be implemented by municipalities at the local level, highlighting successful existing examples and the reasons behind such best practices.Moving away from just the beverage sector, we will also examine how DRS can be expanded to reduce waste in the transport & shipping of materials/products.
This webinar will take a closer look and examine some key questions:
- Why are DRS so effective in encouraging product reuse by citizens?
- What lessons can we learn from the efficiency of Deposit Return Systems and how can we adapt these to other sectors in society?
- What actions can municipalities take to implement local DRS and why are these important?
Unfortunately, the webinar platform we use has a maximum capacity of 100 virtual seats. We are sorry but we won’t be able to host online everyone who has registered.
The attendance will, therefore, be done on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning that only the first 100 people to log-in will be able to attend the webinar.
If you don’t manage to log-in you can follow the webinar on our YouTube channel.
The recording and the speakers’ presentations will be available for free in the following days.