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Plastic bottle deposit scheme in UK proving hit with shoppers
by Rebecca Smithers
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2 January 2019
On 2 January 2019 The Guardian reported:
Iceland was the first UK supermarket to install reverse vending machines installed to reduce littering in support of the government's proposed deposit return scheme in England, which expects retailers to be responsible for properly recycling the containers, and in line with its own efforts to reduce the impact of single-use plastics on the environment.
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