The Zero Waste Bistro is operating temporarily in New York City, and as its name suggests, the eatery is setting a example of the positive relationship the restaurant industry can have with the environment.
Every detail of the restaurant, from the food to the cutlery, was upcycled from eco-friendly materials. This pop-up was created by Harri Koskinen and Linda Bergroth, in collaboration with the chefs from Nolla -- an acclaimed zero waste eatery in Helsinki. In addition to serving food, this NYC-based eatery held workshops which covered topics like "healthy food, zero-waste and the circular economy."
The Zero Waste Bistro will be running as part of this year's NYCxDESIGN 2018.
Image credit: Finnish Cultural Institute in New York via Facebook
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