RVM Systems UK and ALS create Redemption Centres for large UK stores to recycle single-use cans and bottles
RVM Systems, a main supplier of reverse vending machines (RVMs), has partnered with ALS, a leader in UK Retail Installations, in order to create ‘Redemption Centres’, also known as car park solutions, to collect used beverage containers. Designed to be installed in supermarket and hypermarket car parks for stores with high volumes of recyclable containers,
The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Reverse Vending Machines) (Scotland) Amendment Order 2020. Retailers in Scotland will no longer need planning permission to install reverse vending machines for the country’s deposit return scheme for drink containers. You can find the full details of the legislation, including the criteria, at legislation.gov.uk SCOTTISH STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS 2020
RVM Systems acquired the company Redemption Centres Ltd for an undisclosed sum on the 27th May 2020, including all intellectual property and trademarks. The acquisition of the company Redemption Centres Ltd enables RVM Systems to brand all “car park” solutions in the UK Deposit Return Scheme as Redemption Centre ® Scotland Deposit Return Scheme Scotland
The Scottish Parliament voted today (Wednesday 13 May) to approve Regulations which will establish Scotland’s Deposit Scheme to boost recycling of single-use drinks containers.
On the 29th April 2020 an important milestone in Scotland’s Deposit Return Scheme was reached.
RVM Systems presented an award to Morrisons East Kilbride store. Barry Watson from RVM Systems presented the prestigious award to Lewis Wilson from Morrisons East Kilbride Store to recognise that Morrisons Lindsayfield store recycled over 2 million used PET plastic bottles and used drink cans since 28th July 2018 , made up of 1,005,919 bottles
Anker Andersen A/S is the leading global supplier when it comes to development and manufacture of highly intelligent solutions for counting and sorting of non-refillable used beverage containers. Anker Andersen A/S was established in 1945 by Mr Anker Andersen and our company name is thus inseparably associated with the name and achievements of our founder.
Today we installed another “Deposit Return” ready Reverse Vending Machine in a supermarket in Scotland. The installation of our RVM Systems x2 model Reverse Vending machine in the Hillhead store in Glasgow will enable Iceland Foods and interested stakeholders to assess the impact on store staff at the store and the change in behaviour of
Our Reverse Vending Machine was installed in the Tesco Borehamwood store on the 27th September 2018. The machine has been installed exactly one year ago today! This installation was the very first (instore) RVM System in the UK , initially the RVM was set up to only receive Tesco own brand bottles upto 750ml rewarding