The partnership makes RVM a corporate member of the SGF.
Sweden-based RVM Systems has more than 20 years experience in supplying DRS markets around the world, operating across 35 countries.
It also has a Scottish office in Broxburn, West Lothian.
Dr Pete Cheema OBE, SGF chief executive, said: “The convenience sector operates in a hypercompetitive market place where customers demand high quality products at a competitive price but in enjoying these benefits want to know that they can do so in an environmentally responsible way.
“With the Scottish deposit return scheme scheduled to go live in August 2023, the expertise, experience and services offered by RVM Systems will greatly benefit convenience retailers so that they can receive and recycle the materials in scope in a secure and legally compliant way. We look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
Claudia Marshall, RVM Systems managing director, added: “With our long-term experience from existing DRS markets and our high technology Reverse Vending Machines, automating the process of collecting, recognising, sorting and storing of used beverage drink containers we deliver bespoke, efficient solutions and professional installations and service support. And we are also passionately helping to limit waste and protect the environment for future generations and contribute to a circular economy and more sustainable environment.“