Pop-up café uses plastic waste as payment
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We have previously seen innovative pop-ups such as a travelling pop-up shop from the US and a UK based travel company that lets customers design their own luxury pop-up hotel. As well as selling products and services, temporary pop-up's can serve to educate and inspire an audience. The Rubbish Café in Covent Garden, London lets customers exchange their plastic waste for food. Through this unusual form of payment, the pop-up intended to identify how wasteful single-use plastics are. In exchange for their recyclable plastic waste, customers at the pop-up ordered food from a zero-waste menu. Designed by Chef Tom Hunt, the…
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