Publication - Corporate report

Deposit return scheme for Scotland: full business case stage 1

Published: 8 May 2019
Directorate:
Energy and Climate Change Directorate
Part of:
Environment and climate change
ISBN:
9781787818217

Phase 1 of the Full Business Case (FBC) that underpins the design for the deposit return scheme for Scotland.

Deposit return scheme for Scotland: full business case stage 1
List of Figures and Tables

List of Figures and Tables

Figures:

Figure 1: Scottish, European and International Strategic Context
Figure 2: Current Local Authority Household Collection of Target Containers
Figure 3: Relationship between benefits criteria and investment objectives
Figure 4: Scheme Design and Delivery Route Approach
Figure 5: Preferred Scheme Design
Figure 6: Summary of response from individuals and organisations
Figure 7: Scheme Design and Delivery Route Approach
Figure 8: Operational Costs and Funding
Figure 9: Summary of delivery options
Figure 10: Breakdown of Scheme Administrator's Direct Operational Costs under Steady State
Figure 11: Breakdown of Scheme Administrator's Operating Revenue Sources Observatory Period
Figure 12: Breakdown of Scheme Administrator's Operating Revenue Sources Steady State
Figure 13: Summary of Average Annual Revenue and Expenditure of Scheme Administrator under Observatory Period (Year 0 to Year 5)
Figure 14: Summary of Average Annual Revenue and Expenditure of Scheme Administrator under Steady State (Year 6 to Year 9)
Figure 15: Programme Management Structure
Figure 16: Project Management Structure

Tables:

Table 1: Key Strategic Risks
Table 2: Materials in scope
Table 3: Products in scope
Table 4: Return locations
Table 5: Consumer information
Table 6: Fraud Prevention
Table 7: Deposit level
Table 8: Additional benefits
Table 9: Presentation of Preferred Scheme Design: Net Present Value (NPV) and Benefits-Cost Ratio (BCR)
Table 10: Optimism Bias Recommended Adjustment Ranges
Table 11: Scheme Administrator costs
Table 12: Scheme Administrator benefits
Table 13: Return profile
Table 14: Producer costs
Table 15: Local Authority benefits
Table 16: Impact on the public
Table 17: Percentage change required to result in Negative NPV
Table 18: Public Consultation - Ownership
Table 19: Public Consultation - Regulatory Questions and Summary Results
Table 20: Summary Ownership Implications
Table 21: Corporate Form Options - Summary Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 22: Profit v Non-Profit Considerations
Table 23: Re-processing Options - Key Considerations
Table 24: Logistics Options - Key Considerations
Table 25: Additional Benefits Identified
Table 26: Realising Additional Benefits - Evaluation of Delivery Options
Table 27: Financial Modelling Key Assumptions
Table 28: Scheme Administrator Initial Capital Investment Requirements
Table 29: Scheme Administrator Initial Capital Investment Financing
Table 30: Description of Scheme Administrator's Cost Elements
Table 31: Handling Fee Cost Categories applicable per Return Point
Table 32: Description of Scheme Administrator's Revenue Elements
Table 33: Ten-Year Revenue and Expenditure Summary
Table 34: Summary Balance Sheet
Table 35: Cash flow implications
Table 36: SensitivitiesTable 37: ESA 2010 Control Indicators
Table 38: Budgetary Implications Indications
Table 39: High level budgetary implications under Options 1A and 1B
Table 40: Regulatory Considerations


Contact

Email: timothy.chant@gov.scot