We actively work with our clients' sites to ensure a successful sustainable switch to Vegware. Learn more about our work and collaborations.
Dynamic Earth is a 5-star visitor attraction in Scotland’s capital that tells the story of planet Earth. They use compostable Vegware packaging in their café, staff canteen and corporate events to achieve their sustainability goals. Using these plant-based disposables contributed to securing their gold award status for Green Tourism.
The Demo Forest event in Bertrix, Belgium is the eco event for the wood industry. In 2019, more than 200 exhibitors and 50,000 attendees were on the 120-hectare site over two days. To reduce catering stands general waste by 300kg, the event organisers chose Vegware compostable foodservice packaging across the site, which was turned into quality compost after use.
Hosting hundreds of people over four days in Atlanta, the 2018 AGG conference organisers prioritised sustainability in all it did, including its foodservice operations. Vegware’s US-based Zero Waste Director prepared a zero waste plan and oversaw a full team of partners to support in diverting food scraps, used Vegware, and unused food safe for human consumption – away from landfill and to places where it can best help the local community.
Let Loose! puts sustainability at the heart of its business and selected Vegware to eliminate the need to remove food from packaging before disposal, keeping it simple for customers. Used Vegware and food waste is taken from its café to the Maltings facility in Leeds where it is composted before being used by local Yorkshire farmers to grow crops.
Starting with its key office in Bristol – which has over 1,000 employees – DLG switch to our plant-based catering disposables for their sturdiness, style and sustainability. They also joined Close the Loop, Vegware’s trade waste collection service, so that their used Vegware is taken to a composting facility where it’s turned into nutrient-rich compost. Our in-house Environmental and Communications team support the site’s introduction of a new recycling system by providing staff training, bin signage, and materials to educate site users on the new packaging.