The launch date for WA’s container deposit scheme has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic following advice from WABA and scheme coordinator WARRRL.
Container Deposit Scheme
As part of a number of support measures announced by the Western Australian Brewers Association, it will team up with WARRRL to ask the state government to delay the container deposit scheme set to start in June.
Western Australia’s container deposit scheme organisers WARRRL have announced the forecast scheme price per container.
WABA is urging WA brewers to prepare as the deadline for the state’s container deposit scheme WARRRL nears, and irons out the details when it comes to wraps and 360 lids.
The coordinator of the NSW container deposit scheme, Exchange for Change, has said it did not make a data breach in relation to the inadvertent release of invoice data for 16 drinks companies as it announces container price hikes for suppliers.
Sensitive financial information about breweries has been released to their competitors in an accidental release of data by the operator of the beleaguered New South Wales container deposit scheme.
With the transition period for NSW’s container deposit scheme coming to an end, the Environment Protection Authority answers queries on limited edition cans, stickers, and what brewers can do to prepare for the deadline.