WHAT IF SINGLE USE PACKAGING CEASED TO EXIST?
Today, fresh produce is delivered from wholesalers to restaurants in single-use packaging that ends up in incinerators. In the Paris area, around 300,000 crates of plastic, wood, and cardboard boxes are incinerated every day, without a single thought to recycle. With Pandobac, the system becomes circular and sustainable.
Pandobac is a turnkey solution, which adopts a zero waste approach. It is based on reusable crates that replace disposable packaging. The service is threefold: crates are rented to wholesalers, crates are then washed ready to re-use, and crates are tracked via a proprietary online platform. The wholesalers pay a monthly fee to benefit from the crates. The service is both cheaper and greener than single-use packaging.
FUNDING WOULD ALLOW US TO…
As of today, Pandobac has 12 customers, all of whom arewholesalers in the Paris area. In the last 6 months of activity, over 100 tonnes of disposable packaging have been saved from the incinerators.
Pandobac now aims at multiplying its impact and avoiding as much packaging waste as possible across France and Europe. This means opening new washing facilities in France and beyond, to offer its service to more wholesalers. In order to do so, funding is needed to make the commercial team grow and equip the new facilities.