Stamps created for Operation Zero Waste Dabao by bloomerang : ).
Labels made of recycled cardboard for Operation Zero Waste Dabao lunchboxes.
These special-edition reusable lunchboxes are up for grabs at participating outlets if customers bring their own containers for 3 takeaway orders during the campaign.
The label reads:
You won’t believe what this L’earth lunchbox is made of! Proudly designed in Singapore, it’s a sturdy combination of locally-sourced wheat by-products and recycled plastics. Oh, and this label is made of recycled cardboard too!
Microwave-safe, non-toxic & food-safe
Terrence, Tamsin’s mum (World’s #1 Volunteer!), and Tamsin with the finished products : ).
Got hungry while stamping labels, so we dabao’d some food — using our reusable lunchboxes, of course : ). Economy rice guy was more than happy to zero waste dabao with us. …Styrofoam boxes lurking in the back over there.
Talking to VeganBurg’s MarCom warrior about the campaign …and about good places for vegan food : ).
With Aunty Ling Ling at Tian Yuan 田园 in Fortune Centre.
Brochures at Create Healthy Lifestyle.
Operation Zero Waste Dabao (“零浪费“) Chinese language poster at New Green Pasture Cafe.
Cafe Saladier gets decked out : ).
Volunteers arrange campaign swag at Frunatic @ The Star Vista.
Main info poster
Takeaway: Past and present.
If we could dabao with zero wastage then, surely we can do it now.
Posters for participating outlets to put up, forever and ever even after the campaign, showing their support of reuse over wastage.
Thank you to everyone who has put in so much hard work behind the scenes.
Thanks to our friends and family, managers and employees at participating F&B outlets,
energetic volunteers, our green suppliers, and supporting organizations.
Can’t wait for the campaign to kick off this Monday!