Reusable Systems

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Operating out of their home town of Queenstown, Be Chunky bring something different to the loan space: Cafes buy the cups, then loan them to customers for a $10 deposit. There's no sign up fee and no monthly fee. The only catch is that cafes must retail the Be Chunky 'keepcups' for folks who want to move from loan to own. Making money, not costing money.
— Click HERE for Be Chunky
This is the largest of their off the shelf options for a self contained, single use serviceware free workplace...This set Suits work groups up to 100 people and can result in 24,000+ disposables diverted from landfill per annum. Click HERE to connect
— Returnr Pool for Workplaces
The cool kid of the cup swap scene. No single use elements and a double-walled steel cup, created by baristas in Wanaka. The DIFFERENCE with these guys is that at a local level, they offer a full collect and wash and return service for the Wanakups, with access to loan jars and mugs too, plus option to just use the sterilisation service.
— Click HERE for Wanakup
Ready to roll! Plastic free, reusable tubs with lids to lend and loan 🌏 Click HERE to connect, discover and be involved.
— Click HERE for Reusabowl NZ
A reusable swap system from over the ditch, Huskee-Swap, utilising cups made from polypropylene and coffee husks 🌻 Click HERE to connect,
— Huskee Cup
People often ask us what we mean by scaleable reuse systems for serviceware. Click in HERE to have a look at systems operating effectively and efficiently all over the world. Services that provide all round support for hospo: delivering, collecting, sterilising and returning hardware such as cups or containers, to be reused over and over.
— International Examples
Practical solutions for practical problems. The Waiheke team are repurposing glass jars, sterilised and de-labelled, and offer them as a service to local cafes and markets. Diverting waste and creating sustainable solutions. Waste not, want not.
— Click HERE for Good To Go
Operating out of the Remakers space at Our Place, Tauranga, this is another hands on, community led approach to finding solutions to local waste issues. Repurposed glass jars are processed, sterilised and distributed to local businesses to cut waste and cost while creating empowered community engagement.
— Bop Jar Jargon
Again Again provide a fleet of cups that eliminate single-use waste, protects customers' desire for convenience, and retains the branding opportunities provided by disposable paper cups - this involves a single use cardboard sleeve.
— Click HERE for Again Again Co
With the CupCycling programme, the customer pay you a $5 'membership' (plus the cost of their coffee) to join the CupCycling programme and enjoy the ongoing use of a reusable CupCycling cup from your cafe, or any participating cafe in the region or around New Zealand. Start up subsidies may be possible...This scheme uses single use lids.
— Click HERE for CupCycling