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Interesting Green Trend

October 27th, 2009 by REW Blog Team

The model number shown in the picture is GET-EC-06.  We have this and others too on www.platebowlcupworld.com

Here is a brief article from rimag.com:
Green Trends: Foodservice Contractors Adopt Reusable To-Go Containers

Lately, college and university accounts of Gaithersburg, Md.-based Sodexo and Philadelphia-based Aramark are seeing their green efforts head right out the door with the introduction of reusable takeout containers. Students can purchase a plastic “to-go” container from campus dining halls for use in transporting their food; they’re asked only to rinse it once they’ve finished eating and then return it to a dining hall at their next to-go meal—at which point they swap their container for a clean one that dining services has run through a dishwasher.Aramark debuted its reusable to-go containers on several campuses in fall 2008; at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, disposable-container use dropped 40% over the course of the school year, Aramark reports. Sodexo launched its reusable-container program, called Green with Envy, this fall and estimates that the containers could eventually reduce disposable waste on campuses by as much as 80%.

http://www.rimag.com/article/CA6699496.html?nid=3458&rid=14228181&

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3 Responses to “Interesting Green Trend”

  1. Comment #1 by: Melissa

    I purchased the Chinese take out containers in clear for Christmas gifts, GET-EC-03-CL. I am going to fill them with shiny wrapping paper and Hershey Kisses! I think they are going to be the cutest addition to my annual Christmas calendars I hand out to the family every year. I just need some chopsticks to go along with the containers. RECYLE!! DON’T LITTER!

  2. Comment #2 by: Restaurant Supplies

    Hey there,

    I too got the interesting green trend in last winter and found it completely useful and cute. It is a kind of best idea to serve as restaurant equipment!

    Thanks,
    Abraham

  3. Comment #3 by: kandy

    I really enjoyed this post, especially the “examples in this post” portion which made it really easy for me to SEE what you were talking about without even having to leave the article.

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