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Economic Sachet Research
Dietplastik Indonesia | 2024
This report, Evaluation of Environmental and Social Impacts in Utilization of Sachet and Pouch and Solution Expansion for Reuse in Greater Jakarta outlines solutions for reused disposable sachet and pouch waste. This is also supported by the results that 60% of Greater Jakarta residents also want it to be easier to get back the products they use with a reuse system so that they contribute to protecting the environment.
Reuse Systems, Repair
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Case study on reusable takeaway packaging
Plastic Free China | 2024

In 2023, Plastic Free China collaborated with Impact Hub Shanghai and Plastir to release the "Case Study on Reusable Takeaway Packaging." This report analyzes ten global examples of reusable packaging in the takeaway and catering industry, with a focus on four particular cases.

Systems Designs
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Duel
Break Free From Plastic | 2024

About 44% of plastic produced is for single-use plastic packaging: plastic that is used once and then disposed of, isn't this absurd?, companies can provide reuse solutions! With thanks to the team at Pabrika.

Corporate Accountability
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Posse
Break Free From Plastic | 2024

Are we disposable? With thanks to the team at Pabrika.

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Info Hub Plastic
Heinrich Böll Foundation | 2023

Our curated information hub provides well-researched publications, websites, and media on various aspects of the plastic crisis. In this ongoing project, we collect data and facts for political activists, campaigners & educators, initiatives & organisations, as well as networks & individuals who are engaged in the fight against the global plastic flood.

Narrative Shift
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Smartphone App Mehrwegwunsch (Reusable Request)
Küste gegen Plastik e.V. | 2023

Consumers can use the app to scan the barcode (EAN) of a product for which they would like reusable packaging. The association Küste gegen Plastik collects this feedback and sends it in a bundle to the companies. The app also contains positive examples of a wide range of products for which reusable solutions are already available. Consumers can send a message to the retail chains for these products, indicating that they would like to see these products in reusable packaging in the retail chain's range.

Corporate Accountability
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ReuSe Vanguard Project (RSVP)
Zero Waste Europe | 2023

This blueprint aims to support and harmonise the creation of a well-performing and resilient reuse infrastructure development model in urban areas across Europe; and its scaling up in the next few years, starting with the key sector of reusable take-away food and drinks packaging. This sector has experienced an unprecedented rate of dynamism and innovation over the last few years and can be instrumental in setting up urban infrastructure which could later be used by other product and packaging categories.

Systems Designs
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Governments Deplasticize Us Now
Retoma | 2022

Would you throw away the dishes every time you use them?

Policy & Regulation
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Package-less and Reuse Systems Through Policy Intervention: rethinking packaging in international trade
Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) |

To spark innovative thinking and valuable discussions on this topic, QUNO has is delighted to present its latest report, which contains a focused analysis of the state of play of the packaging-free retail sector in Latin America, examining policy barriers (in the role of services) affecting the wider uptake of the packaging-free retail models in the region.

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fact-sheets
Positionspapier „Mehrweg“
Ways out of the Plastic Crisis | 2022

Plastic waste in the sea has reached dramatic proportions. Every packaging and every piece of plastic that ends up in the environment can last for centuries.

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