The production and, above all, the disposal of purchasing plastics poses a serious problem. When you see which gigantic plastic carpets are drifting on our seas (some as big as the Federal Republic of Germany), it becomes clear that this is no longer a minor problem.
What do you think about the idea of a recycling box for shopping items that are placed at the cash registers of your branches? Your customers would be able to return the shopping bags stacked at home in the recycling boxes and every customer who does not have his shopping bags with him at the moment would have the choice of buying a new one and would be able to take an already used one free of charge.
The fact that REWE would also allow non-REWE products in the recycling box would make public REWE's greatness and true commitment to environmental issues. In addition to the savings for the climate and the environment, REWE would be certain of a marketing success that clearly demonstrates REWE's cooperation and out-of-the-box thinking.
What do you think? In any case, I'm annoyed by both the giant bunch of groceries that I crumpled up in a closet at home, as well as buying new plastics when I don't have my old ones with me.
Clearly, the best would be: "jute instead of plastic", always having your own things with you and I do my best to always think about it, but like me, many other customers don't always succeed, do you?
The solution shown above would be an interesting solution with a marketing effect.
The only question that arises is: Would customers be willing to use shopping malls used by others again? The answer: Of course! Save money and help the environment, who doesn't want that?
And if you don't want that, you can still buy a Rewe-Tüte.
I ask you: Let it come to a try?
Watching your answer with real interest