Talking from experience, when I receive a package from my family or friends, it usually comes in a new box they bought for the occasion, or in an old cardboard box they had around - did they keep it on purpose or where they too lazy to bring it to the recycle bin? Anyway, those boxes might last 2 rounds, top.
Crazy times. Ordering online is now the safest way to get stuffs, but there are still some questions left. What should you do with this package at my doorstep? Is it safe to handle? We hope this inforgraphic helps. Take care <3
We've all been advised to avoid events, stay home and to wash our hands as much as possible. Well, if you're quarantined, relax and use that time to finally read that dusty book on your nightstand and to catch up with cool events you could not attend. Here is a selection of videos, webinars & podcasts featuring RePack and other reuse champions.
Not a breaking news, but 2019 is coming to an end. Sorry to disappoint, this post is not a funny recap of the worst fashion trends of the 2010's and of the best of my Spotify Wrapped. In fact, let's talk about fashion, eCommerce and without a surprise: packaging.
Christmas is coming. Don't lie to yourself, you love it deep down. However I know it also comes with the guilt of overwrapping, overbuying, overeverything. It does not have to be that way though! I made you a sustainable wishlist for a true trashfree and guiltfree Christmas. All available in Repack. You're welcome!
There are projects we are especially proud to support. The campaign 'No for pesticides in the groundwater' is one of them. Repack is sponsoring this important cause along with Postevand, Plant et træ and with the Danish popstar MØ.
It can be hard to have a more sustainable lifestyle. I'm sure you care, but hey, you're not to blame, it's not always an easy start. Listen up. We had a chat with Marieke Eyskoot, author of This is a Good Guide, and we have a piece of advice for you: give a shot to this book, it's well written, funny, personal and beautiful to look at.
We are joining the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s CE100 network, which brings together businesses, innovators, cities, governments, and universities committed to accelerating the transition to a circular economy.