A zero waste box that is fun and eco-friendly !
Vépluche is an example of a circular economy solution applied to bio-waste from collective and commercial catering.
The proposed offer is twofold: a free collection of bio-waste and in return for which restaurant owners commit to buying fruits and vegetables proposed by Vépluche.
The collection and distribution of the products is done according to zero-carbon logistics, with the application of the zero-carbon last kilometer rule. To do this, Vépluche uses a super-cargo bike and an electric van to ensure food distribution and waste collection with a reduced carbon footprint.
The bio-waste is composted in their plant based in Châtillon to be transformed into compost, sold in particular to Parisian florists and the city.
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