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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.

151 page PDF

2.4 MB

151 page PDF

2.4 MB

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

151 page PDF

2.4 MB

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