Aldi, Lidl and Co .: Beware of the new deposit rule!  You should definitely pay attention to THAT

Aldi, Lidl and Co .: Beware of the new deposit rule! You should definitely pay attention to THAT

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In supermarkets and discounters like Aldi, Lidl And Co. now different rules apply in certain areas. Customers should consider a few things.

Because although there are now significantly more bottles under the deposit system that were previously simply thrown in the trash, there are still some exceptions. So you don’t have to go back to all the wrong ones Aldi, Lidl or bring it to another supermarket.

Aldi, Lidl and Co .: You should now consider that with the new deposit system

From January 1, 2022, according to the Packaging Act, there is a deposit of 25 cents on all single-use plastic bottles and beverage cans. But there is a transition period for many bottles. Because remaining stocks can still be sold without a deposit until July 1, 2022.


Customers should therefore pay close attention to whether the deposit logo is actually already printed on the bottles they buy or whether it is still a bottle that can be disposed of in the garbage.

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This is Aldi:

  • Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd are two separate corporate groups in Essen and Mülheim
  • Aldi stands for Albrecht-Discount: In 1913, Karl Albrecht started his own bread retailer in Essen
  • In 1962 the family business was converted into a pure discounter and was given the current name “Aldi”
  • The division into north and south took place in 1961
  • Aldi is now one of the ten largest retail groups in the world



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Drinks for children and babies are not subject to a deposit

Incidentally, drinks for infants and children in non-returnable bottles, as well as drinks cartons and tubular bags, remain completely without a deposit.

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They will continue to be disposed of in the yellow bin and then recycled.


>>> Here you can find out how the new deposit system works exactly.

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