Nestlé are to launch a new recycling scheme for its Dolce Gusto and Nespresso capsules. This was first exclusively revealed in The Grocers January 18th edition. The scheme will be named Podback and offer a combined solution for consumer recycling of both capsules. The exact logistics of Podback are yet to be revealed, Nestlé said that the solution would require collected pods to be separated and separately processed after collection. The existing scheme is relatively successful however improvements are to be continuously made and Nestlé are actively looking at ways to achieve better results. Podback is still in its early stages and more details will be released throughout the year, in the meantime Nestlé are encouraging customers to continue to use the current schemes in place. Both brands can currently be recycled by collecting the capsules in a plastic bag and taking them to a drop off point. Nespresso capsules can also be taken to Nespresso Boutiques as well as over 7,500 CollectPlus and Doddle locations, while Dolce Gusto can only be taken to CollectPlus.