Understand who should sign up for the deposit system, and get started on the sign-up process easily. You can also access information about our partnerships.
Find out if you should sign up your company
Here, you can find the answer to whether your beverages are included in the deposit system, and whether you should be signed up as an Importer, Producer, or Intermediary, who require deposit marks for filled beverage containers, or as a Store, Office, or Restaurant, who are in need of disposing of empty containers. If you fall into both categories, you will need to go through the sign-up process twice.
Are you in need of deposit marks for your beverages?
In order to get deposit marks, you need to be signed up in the deposit system as “Importer, Producer, or Intermediary”. This is typically the case for importers of manufacturers.
Are you in need of disposing of empty containers?
In order to be eligible for disposal of empty bottles and cans with deposit marks, you need to be signed up in the deposit system as “Store, Office, or Restaurant”.
Sign-up forms and self-service
At Dansk Retursystem, we offer a few self-service options. Please note that some are only available in Danish at present time
Are you already signed up?
Then you can use our Self Service for Stores, Offices, or Restaurants if you are registered as “Customer” and our Self Service for Importers, Producers or Intermediaries if you are registered as “Provider”. Here you get quick access to eg. sales reporting, provider portal, packaging registration and much more.
Note: The self-service section is only available in Danish.
Self-service for stores, offices and restaurants
Book pick-up of containers with deposits, apply for handling subsidization and find answers to frequently asked questions.
Self-service for Importers or Producers
Sign up new containers, order deposit stamps, or find answers to frequently asked questions.
Partnerships with Dansk Retursystem
Can you help us make the Danish deposit system even better than it is today, where 9 out of 10 containers are returned for recycling?
We continually work towards finding new solutions enabling us to increase the return percentage or making us more efficient as an organization overall.
If you believe that your company, organization, institution, or NGO can help create new, innovative products and solutions which increase the return percentage or makes our organization run more efficiently, we are always interested in hearing from you.
Dansk Retursystem is a company subject to European Union (EU) regulations on public procurement. The statutory order that regulates the Danish deposit and return system specifies the obligation to put contracts out to tender.
This means that Dansk Retursystem is required to invite tenders when purchasing goods or services in excess of the threshold values specified by the relevant EU directive.
Current tenders are published in the Official Journal of the European Union. Contact us for more information