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The UK uses 13 billion plastic bottles each year. 5.5 billion go to landfill or litter

Plastic bottles can last for 450 years in the sea

Source: news.nationalgeographic.com

It takes the same amount of energy to make 20 recycled cans or 1 brand new one

There is no limit to the number of times you can recycle an aluminium can.

The UK uses 13 billion plastic bottles each year. 5.5 billion go to landfill or litter

Source: publications.parliament.uk

Plastic bottles can last for 450 years in the sea

Source: news.nationalgeographic.com

It takes the same amount of energy to make 20 recycled cans or 1 brand new one

Source: rubiconglobal.com

There is no limit to the number of times you can recycle an aluminium can.

Source: rubiconglobal.com

The UK uses 13 billion plastic bottles each year. 5.5 billion go to landfill or litter

Source: publications.parliament.uk

Plastic bottles can last for 450 years in the sea

Source: news.nationalgeographic.com

It takes the same amount of energy to make 20 recycled cans or 1 brand new one

Source: rubiconglobal.com

There is no limit to the number of times you can recycle an aluminium can.

Source: rubiconglobal.com

What is a reverse vending machine?

A Reverse Vending Machine, also referred to as a RVM, is a Collection Point for consumers to return their Empty Containers. The machine, unlike a bin, selectively accepts or refuses containers depending on how the software is set up in conjunction to the onboard sensors. The users experience ends with a reward for returning the containers in the form of a printed redeemable voucher or an option to donate to a charity. By tracking the returned containers and rewarding users, adopting a reverse vending machine dramatically increases the percentage of containers that remain in the circular loop of recycled materials.

recyclever - Reverse Vending Machines

Partnering with recyclever®

At recyclever® we are taking reverse vending into the future. Our innovative and flexible approach allows stakeholders to customise the machine design and software to their individual needs, working together towards a stronger circular economy.

recyclever® machines have marketing rich features such as the possibility of streaming marketing video contents and advertisements. This allows revenue generating potential, making collection and recycling cheaper and consequently more successful.

How it works

Step 1
Insert bottle, preferably with barcode facing up.

Step 2
Bottle is scanned to check it is suitable for recycling.

Step 3
Bottle is crushed to reduce volume and destroy the barcode.

Step 4
Customer receives printed voucher.

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