About

DreamZero’s goal is to enable reusable dishware programs for events, retail (restaurants, cafes), corporate offices and institutions.

When we evaluate our products we review:

Manufactures practices

(country of origin, sourcing of material, material type, labor practices, certifications),

Long-term performance of the product

(designed to prevent delamination, does not promote mold or bacteria buildup, easy to wash, easy to maintain, easy to store, brandable, # of uses,  etc)

End-of-life scenarios

(Does manufacturer take back? Is it recyclable at end-of-life in most municipal streams?).

This is a long difficult process, and completely necessary if we are going to achieve Zero Waste for ourselves, our customers, and the end user of our services and products.

We source our reusable containers, plates and cups from companies that value sustainability.

 

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CupKo is a Toronto-based startup that is manufacturing cups and bottles locally,  CupKo and DreamZero are working closely together to develop products and services for reusable markets in Toronto and beyond! You also can customized your own cup & bottles on cupko.ca !

 

preserve recycled plastic plates

We use Preserve plates for our event services. These products are made in the USA of 100% recycled plastics and are 100% recyclable at end-of-life.

 

 

G.E.T. Enterprises
G.E.T. manufactures Polypropelene (#5 plastics) reusable takeout containers. Containers are NSF Certified, 100% BPA Free, Commercial Dishwasher Safe, Microwave Safe for Re-Heating, Leak-Resistant Designs that are Stackable, and can be Customizable with colours and logos.

Who Is DreamZero anyways??

Ryan Dyment, CPA, CA

Founder of Toronto Tool Library and Sharing Depot,
Canada’s 1st Library of Things

Ryan@DreamZero.ca

Scott J Morrison

1st T.R.U.E. Zero Waste Advisor in Canada

Founding Executive Director of Zero Waste Canada

Scott@DreamZero.ca

Sales Pro-Star

Want to join our team and rid Toronto of single-use containers?We are currently seeking sales staff to help make reusables mainstream.

Contact us at contact@dreamzero.ca for more info.