Cup & Container Sharing Platform
Become a member and get unlimited access to reusables at cafes, restaurants, grocery stores and more!
It's never been easier to go zero waste and be part of the solution.
Single-use packaging waste has exploded.
Since the start of COVID-19, single-use packaging waste has exploded.
Ellen MacArthur Foundation estimates there to be more plastic in the ocean than fish by 2050.
The current make-use-waste economy is unsustainable. While many takeout containers are claimed to be recyclable, 86% of them end up in landfills.
We supply cafes, restaurants and grocery stores with reusables.
Reusables is a container sharing platform for takeout food, coffee and more from your favorite stores.
Our stainless steel vessels can be used hundreds of times and are fully recyclable at end of life.
In the Media
Earls Restaurant Group Launches Zero-Waste Takeout in Partnership with Reusables.com
Vancouver-based Reusables.com will bring its tech-enabed platform for sustainable packaging to the iconic restaurant group.
Reducing waste: Reusable cup share programs offer alternatives to disposable cups
What is a circular economy?
A circular economy is an economic system where resources are continuously used and any sort of waste is limited or even completely eliminated. Beer bottles are a good example: after they are returned, bottles are thoroughly sanitized and used again. An average beer bottle is refilled 15 times before it is recycled! We envision the same for takeout containers. But closer to 1,000 times :)
Are Reusables safe in COVID?
COVID-19 mainly spreads person-to-person through respiratory droplets when someone sneezes, cough, or talks. Although it is possible for the virus to remain on surfaces, there is no evidence that food is associated with spreading COVID-19. Because Reusables are cleaned in a commercial dishwasher, eating from our containers is no different than using dishes at a restaurant.
How long can I hold on to my containers?
You can keep your Reusables up to 2 weeks from the order date. If you do not return the containers within this timeframe, you will be charged for the container. Containers cost between $15 and $25, depending on the type.
More questions? Visit our FAQ page.