- Country: Belgium
- Type of provider: Energy supplier
- Reuse: Stop adding to the problem of fast food packaging waste by removing all together with more sustainable alternatives. Ozarka offers a simplified option for a sustainable alternative that reduces the amount of waste going to landfill with appealing functionality of a multi-use product and hygienic circular solution.
Summary of the project
Fill it ↷
Collect it ↷
Eat it ↷
Return it ↷
Sanitise it ↷
Ozarka offers a complete solution for food takeout, catering, events, festivals and delivery eliminating unnecessary disposable packaging.
Ozarka’s range of food containers are made from food-grade silicone, borosilicate and polypropylene. Food vendors and customers use Ozarka to provide a circular reusable alternative to take-out containers. Containers are filled, will be tracked through a variety of technological means, and processed in cleaning facilities ready for reuse.
Customers, businesses and councils can benefit from this product.
The business considerably reduces the need for single use packaging with little cost changes to traditional containers of yester-year. There’ll be less soiled packaging heading to landfill. With a reliable cleaning service and increased customer loyalty for independent food retailers new green-credentials, the circularity of Ozarka’s business model has plenty of appeal and potential.
Ozarka is proactive and progressive; keen to increase their sphere of influence and awareness. They are an exclusive EU partner of Brooklyn based DeliverZero, offering a total solution for takeaway and delivery meals. Ozarka work to support any, and all food vendors looking to replace disposables with a sustainable solution: reusable food packaging, zero-waste delivery, logistics, and commercial food service. Ozarka also are involved with ARK Reusables. This company operates from Seattle, constructing hi spec reusable silicone containers in a variety of sizes designed specifically to be used to hold restaurant takeaway meals. The expertise and network of Ozarka through cooperation in UK and also in US is a great opportunity to benefit from lessons learnt. Initiatives developed from Ozarka are particularly interesting for this project as this is “simple” well executed idea that could be replicated in any country.
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