Germany - Hotel, restaurant and retail trade services

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Opportunity closing date
15 February 2019
Opportunity publication date
22 January 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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Operation of a reusable cup deposit system "Coffee to-go" in the state capital Stuttgart For the implementation of a reusable cup deposit system in the state capital Stuttgart, the variant of a sustainable cycle model with a pool of participants is aimed at. This means that the returnable cups are returned to the customer with a deposit. The participant pool (cup issuers such as cafés, bakeries, refectories) uses a reusable deposit cup. The returnable deposit cup is given to the customer when buying a hot drink in one of the cafés/bakeries/o. a. from the participant pool, can be returned to any participant or a deposit machine and his deposit is returned. This may result in a difference between issued and returned cups for the participants, which must be cleared within the system. Both the number of cups present at the dispensing station and the deposit must be balanced from a central point. The implementation of the recycling system (cup procurement, marketing, distribution/logistics, vending machines, cup and deposit compensation, rinsing, acquisition) is to be carried out by a private service provider. In addition, the state capital Stuttgart is conducting a campaign to raise consumer awareness and a framework agreement is to be concluded between the state capital Stuttgart. The concrete obligations, however, only arise through individual contracts between the service provider and the participants in the participant pool.

Opportunity closing date
15 February 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed

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Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart Marktplatz 1 Stuttgart 70173 Germany

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