Bepco – Circular transport packaging systems

Our offer is simple, we develop circular systems based on universal crates, pallets or dollies that provide an efficiency for all supply chain members, from producer to wholesaler, and finally to consumers in the stores.

circular.fashion

At circular.fashion we created a digital platform for material suppliers, fashion brands, sorters and recyclers, where tools and resources can be accessed to ensure circularity in every step.

EcoDesign Circle Roadshow

An exhibition set up jointly by design centres from around the Baltic Sea and the German Environment Agency showcases successful examples for ecodesign in order to inspire other designers and consumers. With this exhibition, the Interreg project EcoDesign Circle fosters European integration as a prerequisite for a more competitive Europe.

Karma – Save food with a tap of a button

We are Karma, a free app that connects you to restaurants and grocery stores with surplus food for sale. The app allows retailers to sell their surplus food to consumers at half price – instead of having great food go to waste.

Lindström’s textile renting service

Lindström offers its customers a wide variety of services, ranging from workwear, mats, restaurants and hotel textiles to industrial wipers and washroom textiles as a regular cost-efficient and sustainable rental service. This allows our customers to focus on their primary business operations and trust the resource-extensive textile service to professionals.

MoveByBike

Our goal is to create a city that moves in harmony with the people. With that we mean a 100 percent clean and quiet distribution that reaches every household as part of the city and on the infrastructure that is most suitable for the moment, regardless of whether it would be road or bike path.

Nimber – Going your way, anyway

Nimber is a community delivery service where you can send anything, anytime, anywhere with trusted people going that way anyway. We create a more convenient, cost-effective, sustainable, and friendly delivery community than anything else in the world.

Paketa net – No package

“No package” is a real eco-market. We pursue a comprehensive environmental policy aimed at reducing the ecological footprint of the average consumer. Goods that can be sold by weight we sell without packaging, we bring high-quality plant analogues of animal products to the city, and we support environmental initiatives: campaigns for the separate collection of waste, and plastic distribution monitoring.

Pumpipumpe – A Sharing Community

Pumpipumpe – A Sharing Community, has been working since 2012 to promote the sharing of everyday objects and thus a more careful use of our resources, more sustainable consumption patterns and more social interaction in the often anonymous urban neighbourhoods.

Retoy – Playful swapping activities

Swap, borrow and create instead of buy, tear and throw. Retoy offers meeting places for children where play and experience-based learning is the essence of the business. In Retoy’s premises, children are given the opportunity to experience how old gets new by swaping instead of buying.

Refill – Bring your bottle

Refill has initiated a really simple project and its simplicity is exactly what makes it so convincing. The action group wants to promote tap water as a tested high quality drinking water and thus combat the amount of waste generated from beverage packaging. Refill stickers at shops‘ and public facilities‘ windows or doors …

Rekopol – How to design recyclable packaging

We are the only packaging recovery organisation set up by companies that introduce packaged goods on the Polish market. We fulfil the obligations to recover and recycle packaging waste and run public educational campaigns.

ReTuna – The world’s first recycling mall

ReTuna Återbruksgalleria is the world’s first recycling mall, revolutionising shopping in a climate-smart way. Old items are given new life through repair and upcycling. Everything sold is recycled or reused, or has been organically or sustainably produced.

Swapfiets – Bicycle as a service

Swapfiets is the world’s first ‘bicycle as a service’ company. Founded in 2014 in the Netherlands, the scale-up quickly developed being one of the leading micromobility providers in Europe, with a total of more than 200,000 members (October 2020).

Swapp! – Refilling stations

A closed-loop, fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) sales system based on refilling stations, application, reusable packaging and ecommerce.

UrCup – Reuse system for catering & events

UrCup was created as a response to the demand of caterers and event organisers on the need to protect the environment we live in. Our idea is to produce and distribute reusable cups and other products such as plates, cutlery and mugs.

Whim – All your journeys

Whim is an internationally awarded Finnish mobility application that allows you to plan, book and pay for all your trips one trip at a time or with a convenient seasonal order. It combines public transport, city bikes, e-scooters, taxis, ferry tickets and affordable rental cars.