Agreement on deposits on drink cans and bottles bought in German border shops
Attorney-at-Law and partner Søren Stenderup Jensen is the author of an article in the most recent issue of International Law Office (ILO) - Environmental & Climate Change. The article is about a new agreement between Germany and Denmark on deposits on drink cans and bottles bought in German border shops.
Nine out of ten drink bottles or cans will be recycled if they are subject to deposits. The introduction of the deposit is consequently expected to have a great impact on the environment and climate as it will hopefully mean that fewer drink bottles and cans are thrown away and that fewer resources are spent on extracting aluminium for the manufacture of cans.
In the article Søren reviews the details in the agreement with Germany and the expectations for the implementation.
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