A bottle deposit scheme akin to Germany’s should be copied in the UK, but made available in public spaces because independents don’t have room for a machine in store, a retailer has told RN.
Dee Sedani, of Londis Etwall in Derbyshire, visited independent store Edeka, in Dusselfdorf, Germany, along with nine other retailers as part of the Association of Convenience Stores’…
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