It really should feel wasteful to discard of a spray bottle after its contents have been depleted, and this eco spray product concept presents a greener solution. Instead of trashing or recycling your plastic container after a single use, a top-up base can be swapped in to refill your home cleaner.
Since detergent tends to be made mostly of water, the designer behind the Replenish spray bottle decided to make a concentrate liquid in a compact package. This small plastic vessel can be screwed into the bottom of your reusable eco sprayer, set to mix with the H2O for an effective disinfectant. Jason Foster fit a whole three bottles worth of concentrate into the Replenish base, making it easy to use the same container for six times as long.
Resourceful Replenish Packaging was Designed for Continuous Reuse
1. Reusable Spray Containers - Home cleaner industry could use Replenish's concentrate technology to develop refillable spray containers with a smaller environmental footprint.
2. Compact Concentrate Packaging - Packaging industry could develop compact packaging for concentrated liquids, reducing waste and transportation costs.
3. Circular Economy Products - Consumer goods industry could explore products that prioritize circular economy, reducing waste and promoting reusability.
1. Home Cleaners - Introducing reusable spray containers could disrupt the home cleaner industry by offering a more eco-friendly alternative to single-use packaging.
2. Packaging - Adopting concentrate technology in packaging could disrupt the packaging industry by decreasing the amount of waste produced and transportation costs.
3. Consumer Goods - Circular economy products could disrupt the consumer goods industry by promoting reusability and reducing environmental impact.