This resource is designed to be a practical and accessible information sheet offering guidance on the key considerations for market operators and/or vendors wanting to set up viable reuse systems at events and markets. The resource sets out options for funding the system’s capital and operational costs, and important questions to ask in order to design a system that has the capacity to deliver for the market it will serve
B2B reusable packaging infrastructure and reverse logistics in Auckland
This report has a focus on the infrastructure and reverse logistics that make these systems work. The research aimed to find out what was happening in the city already in this area, the gaps and critical needs for doing more, and the potential role of the waste and resource recovery sector.
Reusable Packaging Systems in Nelson-Tasman: What’s happening today, what’s possible tomorrow? provides a qualitative overview of the current scope and future potential of reusable packaging for food, beverage and other household goods in the Nelson-Tasman region, and highlights practical opportunities and recommended actions to grow the uptake of reusable packaging.
Reusable Packaging in Aotearoa paints a picture of current reusable packaging systems in New Zealand, outlines the barriers and opportunities for growth, and makes practical recommendations to councils, industry groups and government on how to support reuse.
Tauranga City Council is very happy to acknowledge Reuse Aotearoa’s useful insights, extensive industry knowledge and research experience. Their small but powerful team is moving the needle on the story of waste in Aotearoa.