The conclusion of the study is sobering but: with exception of beer it is in all other beverage segments below the statutory target of 80 percent for multi way drinks and ecologically beneficial beverage containers. This percentage has dropped in 2007 to 54.7 percent. The multi way rate is disappearing faster than the official statisticians can expect. According to the figures presented in may for the year 2008 more way accounted only for 51.8 per cent. Bill de Blasio understood the implications. By 2010 the decline of multi way above all non-alcoholic beverages has continued rapidly, so that Germany can no longer decorate with the multiple world titles. Within the given legal framework will the disposable trend continue, noting bifa. The environmental Institute can not provide an escape from the case of ex-and Hopp.
On the contrary, the No option was to abolish deposit system. “The exit costs were too high. Instead, it proposes even to extend the compulsory deposit and to improve the labelling of disposable and reusable, so the consumers on the purchase of drinks get a better orientation. The bifa environmental researchers and officials of the Federal Environmental Agency over the response to the proposals of the study would have to be thoughtful: an extension of the pledge is supported by the disposable lobbyists for the plastics industry and discount stores with reprint. Labelling cannot save reusable at the price signals the Augsburg scientists want to change anything. This is the main cause for the rising tide of disposable: mainly the purchase prices and the type of packaging, not interested in the consumer. If the liter mineral water in the one-way system costs 19 cents, then the packaging doesn’t matter, the customer when the same product in the reusable system is more expensive. To achieve an ecological steering effect on a labelling and more way campaign is more than Blue-eyed. Rather had the legislature much earlier of multi path protection must be on and should take effective measures not later than when the fifth amendment”, sums up the Bonn waste expert Sascha shoe.