Hot-selling attractive 5 compartment biodegradable separate container with lid to UK Factory
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For the 3rd time, from November 5-6, this years issue of the European Bioplastics Conference has taken place in Berlin. The approx. 300 delegates and 22 exhibitors from 26 countries ensured that the conference replicated the success of previous years, a success that has confirmed the event’s status as the leading congress of bioplastics professionals in Europe.
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Could this be a sign of things to come? An independent supermarket in Copenhagen uses zero plastic packaging.
Instead, LØS Market offers customers cotton or compostable paper bags, or re-usable glass containers.
It’s late afternoon and shoppers at Copenhagen’s LØS Market are busily picking up some items on their way home.
But there’s one big difference here.
Instead of taking pre-packaged items and stuffing them into plastic bags, customers are encouraged to use biodegradable bags or glass containers and take only what they need.
Once they’re done shopping, the produce is weighed and customers pay for only what they’ve taken.
“It makes no sense at all, when I go home and buy my shopping somewhere else, and I buy a packet of rice and I buy a cucumber, and then when I come home I just tear it apart and throw it out, it doesn’t make any sense at all,” says August Septimius Krogh from LØS market.
“In this place, I can buy stuff and have nothing to throw out afterwards.”
LØS Market – which translates as ‘loose market’ – opened in the Danish capital this summer. It’s claimed to be the first of its kind in the Danish capital.
Director Frederic Hamburger says regular customers have told him they’re already noticing less plastic in their waste bins.
He decided to start the project after being inspired by similar ventures around the world.
“The containers that are used in here is glass, is cotton, is compostable paper bags as well, organic, so people are re-using that all the time, so it’s circular and it’s lasting all the time,” says Hamburger.
“This is the point – not using plastic and instead re-usable materials as well to continue again and again, and buy.”
The vegan supermarket sells everything from fruits and vegetables to nuts, beans and rice.
There are around 400 organic products, all sold in bulk without any packaging.
There’s even these taps that dispense organic wine. They can be used in conjunction with re-usable glass bottles.
Once all the wine is consumed, the glass bottles are returned to be washed then re-used.
“We say down here that it’s more sexy to shop down here because you get a product that is nice to look at and it’s easy to work with,” says Krogh.
“And secondly, you only have to buy what you need instead of buying a fixed amount of food. So, in that sense we make less food waste because you don’t have to buy certain amounts.”
Those here at LØS Market believe the concept could work on a large scale.
One hurdle may be shopper acceptance and changing well-ingrained habits, but customers here don’t seem to mind.
“I think a lot of people are keen to now how they can help in some way,” says Ffion Legg, a student at the University of Copenhagen.
“And so recycling is a big deal and people are getting used to that, but I think that this is a huge way that we could reduce our waste.”
Krogh claims reducing the amount of plastic waste generated by shoppers also has some preferential knock-on effects, such as fewer garbage trucks on the road.
According to Denmark’s Environment Agency, the average Dane produces 759 kg of trash per year.
“You don’t need to empty your garbage tray at home and there will be no huge garbage truck driving around to take out your trash. In that sense there is a difference,” says Krogh.
“Because if it’s only one guy doing it, it doesn’t mean much, but if one guy is producing 750 kilos of garbage a year – which Danes do – imagine if it was a hundred guys or a thousand people.”
Tackling mounting waste, one customer at a time.
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By Jessie 2015-10-13 13:50
We are a small company that has just started, but we get the company leader's attention and gave us a lot of help. Hope we can make progress together!
By Mark 2015-12-10 16:18