Retailer Brand Assets

Re-turn are pleased to share the Retailer Toolkit Brand assets and RVM Brand Assets with all Retailers preparing for go live of the Deposit Return Scheme on 1 February 2024.
Retailers are advised to review the Retailer Toolkit Brand Guidelines which offers guidance on how these brand assets may be used.

Hospitality Summary Information Guide

The Re-turn team have created a Hospitality Summary Information Guide to assist those involved in HORECA, Food to Go and the Online Food Industry to prepare for go live of the Deposit Return Scheme on 1 February 2024.

If your business sells or otherwise supplies in scope products to a final consumer, you are defined as a ‘Retailer’ and are legally obliged to register with Re-turn.

The Hospitality Summary Information Guide provides details on:
    • Hospitality industry legal obligations
    • Take Back Exemptions criteria – HORECA, ‘Food to Go’ and online
    • Deposit Charging Exemptions
    • Transition Period framework

The Hospitality Summary Information Guide may be accessed here.

Take Back Exemptions Webinar Slide Deck and Outcomes

Thanks to all those who attended our Take Back Exemptions Webinar on Thursday 24 August. We are delighted to share the slide deck and webinar outcomes with everyone. To view the slide deck, please click here and to view the webinar outcomes, click here.

Please note: All ‘Retailers’ that sell ‘in-scope’ drinks containers have a legal obligation to register with Re-turn. Following registration with Re-turn, Retailers can then apply for a Take Back Exemption.