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    Oregon raised deposit on cans and bottles to $.10

    Now California will be smuggling cans and bottles there.... BottleBill.org - The Oregon Deposit Law


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    Wow. That's quite a jump. And with the California CRV already in trouble with local rdemption centers, how could OR not think it was going to attract deposit cheating with this move?

    On a similar note, when did OK get a CRV? That just seems like baiting. Any idea what it covers?

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    The OK+ stamp is for alcohol content not a deposit stamp. https://www.scrapmetalforum.com/off-...-beer-can.html

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    What was the price before the jump?

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    On August 2, 2022 Commissioner Dykes released an Order in light of the upcoming changes to the bottle bill statute, including the expansion to new types of covered beverages on January 1, 2023 and the increase in the deposit from $0.05 to $0.10 beginning January 1, 2024. The Order would allow for the use of the words "Redemption Value" or the abbreviation "CTRV" on labels to signify that they can be redeemed for $0.05 prior to January 1, 2024 and $0.10 beginning on January 1, 2024. The purpose of the Order is to minimize disruption to product distribution and avoid any potential supply chain disruptions that could harm consumers.
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    California

    Starting January 1, 2024, beverages with alcohol of 7% or greater by volume:

    Will be charged California Redemption Value (CRV) and
    Can be redeemed for CRV. This includes wine, liquor, and pre-mixed cocktails.
    Prior to January 1, 2024, CRV eligible alcoholic drinks included beer and wine coolers with alcohol contents of 7% alcohol by volume (ABV).

    Large Juice Added
    Starting January 1, 2024 all fruit and vegetable juice bottles and cans are in the CRV program.
    As of January 1, 2024, fruit and vegetable juice in large bottles and cans (over 46 oz. for fruit and over 16 oz. for vegetables) join the CRV program.

    Prior to January 1, 2024, CRV eligible juice containers included:

    100% fruit juice in containers 46 oz. or less and
    Vegetable juice in containers 16 oz. or less

    25 cents for a bladder, box, pouch, or similar container of wine and distilled spirits (starting January 1, 2024)

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