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Divyam commented on REDESIGNING THE DELIEVERY MODELS FOR ZERO WASTAGE

Hiiiii michhael
Lets start from your 1 doubt but if the purchase of barrier lets take 75 litre is done by single person ie seller or the person who is providing refil units it will over all benefit consumer.
I am not saying it will be free but it has a one time cost to seller for that unit like an investment (i live in india, the coca cola company is providing coldring on glass bottle that we purchase for 20 bucks (one time purchase including bottle) then we go back to seller and return that same bottle and get a new one for 10 bucks now we just gave for refiling the seller send back that bottle to factory to refill them and again to be used in society) but in outlr case we will be providing these units to shops

There will be water pump used to give the flow of shampoo to bottle hence electric based

The company providing the barreles and the units will maintain the equipment by hiring technician

We will be providing daily pickup and drop service to these grocery store like that of ( a person who daily provides milk to the grocery store)

Profits, less the cost of sachets will increase the profit to manufacturing units hence the will give more profits to shop kepper or to there employ hence they will happily set up these units
If there will be no sachets in use what the people are going to throw on streets

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Divyam commented on REDESIGNING THE DELIEVERY MODELS FOR ZERO WASTAGE

Hahah yeah awsm #ideo thanks

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Divyam commented on REDESIGNING THE DELIEVERY MODELS FOR ZERO WASTAGE

Yeah why not
This is
Value for money
More profittafle than older one
More quantity
Longevity
Eco friendly