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Initiating paradigm shift through a radial packaging model.

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The essence of this design problem is in the small size of the sachets. Which is why they are disposed off in a way that they become detrimental. This paradigm is designed as a disruptive model that brings back waste into factories for refill. The sum of parts(sachets) becomes greater than the whole(batch). It won't be disposed because of the reinsertion of the parts within the whole. 

The number 8 has been finalized keeping in mind the highest degree of divisibility as per use cases. 

Where are you / your team located?


How does this Idea redesign unrecyclable small format plastic items that often end up as waste?

The small format plastic items are recollected and sold back to the factories by the likes of people such as Saatwika for some form of remuneration.

Which use cases does your Idea apply to?

Single-use sachet for liquid consumer products - For Rajata, Mark and Saatwika

In what geographical context or area does your Idea plan to operate / solve?


At what stage of development is your Idea?

  • Research & Early Testing: You are exploring an idea, gathering inspiration and information needed to test it with real users.

Please describe how becoming a Top Idea and working with the Think Beyond Plastics Accelerator Program will help to accelerate your solution.

It will help us in prototyping, refinement and execution(modular replication) of the idea through funding and mentor-ship. The idea will get industrial exposure.

Please describe from where your Idea emerged

Music and pizza.


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Photo of olanrewaju Giwa

Well, you need to edit your submission again for spelling the word Globally wrong.
Again you have to be clear in your explanation to the common people apart from science terms and languages you used.

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The word is correctly implied at its place. It's meaning caters to a global whole through a local context, not compromising on one at the cost of the other.

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