Sydney-based coffee pod company, Tripod Coffee, has a sustainable proposition for its customers: a premium coffee in truly compostable packaging that ends up as green electricity and organic fertiliser.
The trouble with marketing canned water is communicating to people that it is, in fact, water, and not soft drink or beer. The trouble with not producing water in aluminium cans, however, is far greater – it probably won’t get recycled.
Nature strips, urban canopy or pocket parks –they’re desirable to most people. But ensuring they become part of urban life requires collaboration and clear guidelines.
“We think we’re the only commercial scale, off-grid winery in Australia,” Fiona Weller concludes. This is leading-edge in low impact winemaking.
City workers don’t want to give up tasty takeaway food, and vendors need to serve customers quickly. So, a new product has combined sustainability and convenience in a bid to tackle food waste.
Naomi Tarszisz wants to make reusable meal containers as ubiquitous as their coffee cup cousins. She founded RePlated to do just that, and has a convenient formula in mind to get people using them.
Globelet began on the rugby fields of New Zealand after co-founder Ryan Everton was forced to wade through one sea of single-use plastic too many.
The understated nature of the collection means you can imagine seeing in an office 10 years ago or 10 years into the future. And to make it so, each piece is built for easy disassembly, movement and repair.