RVMSystems UK sales manager Gerry Mellor provides key insights across reverse vending machines and shows why the firm is a top operator when to comes to DRS.
Taxpayers could be footing the bill on a compensation bid from Circularity Scotland staff after the defunct firm failed to inform them of their dismissal.
Questions remain about the future of Scotland's deposit return scheme as retailers look for compensation over expended costs to install and run machines.
DRS scheme administrator Circularity Scotland has confirmed it is on the brink of collapse after admitting it may not be able to pay staff this month.
First Minister Humza Yousaf says there is no case for compensation over the delay to Scotland's DRS prompting outrage from the retail channel.
Industry firms have been demanding compensation from the Scottish Government after the latest announcement that DRS would be delayed until October 2025.
Scottish Government has delayed DRS until October 2025 following doubts over the scheme's viability after UK Government removed glass from the scheme.
The Scottish Government has confirmed it will continue to work on DRS but with modifications after an "11th hour intervention" from the UK Government.
Scheme administrator Circularity Scotland has said that DRS must go ahead next year after UK minsters rejected calls to include glass in the scheme.
Reverse vending machine firm Tomra aims to make the most of the extension to the DRS deadline by encouraging retailers to prepare well in advance.
Humza Yousaf has given the Prime Minister until the end of the day to allow the inclusion of glass in the deposit return scheme or it could be scrapped.
Media outlets have been reporting a major shake up to Scotland's incoming deposit return scheme as reportedly the UK Government is considering removing glass bottles from the scheme.
Scotland's convenience channel leaders have been speaking up as the future of the proposed Deposit Return Scheme hangs in the balance.
Industry leaders from across the convenience channel have welcomed the new measures introduced by new First Minister Humza Yousaf, including the delay to DRS.
Reverse vending machine firm Envipco talks about the benefits of an automated returns system instead of a manual one for Scotland's deposit return scheme.
Circularity Scotland is claiming success for producer sign-up to the Deposit Return Scheme but many critics are still raising doubts.