Swapp also plans to go beyond the world of retail by putting its refill-o-mats in other buildings such as blocks of flats in a bid to shake up shopping and shrink the mountains of plastic waste the world produces each year.
The organisation includes some of the country’s biggest retailers and food producers.
The new maps aim to promote local businesses and limit waste.
Makers claim offices equipped with smart bins can save money, while becoming a lot greener in the process.
Agata Frankiewicz is on a mission. Listed as one of the 'Top 50 boldest women changing the world for better' in 2018, Agata is working to connect corporations wasting gigantic amounts of materials each year with creators and artists who spin beautiful products from things others throw away.
The European Commission (EC) approved two Polish investments on Thursday related to the development of waste exploitation, for which it plans to allocate over EUR 100 mln, the EC said.
To help reduce waste, the Polish government has agreed on a new law that will force food sellers to donate any unsold foodstuff to non-governmental organizations or receive a fine of 0.1 PLN per kilo of wasted foodstuff.
The average Pole wastes 247kg of food a year, putting Poland in fifth place in Europe, where the average is 173kg per capita, the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) has reported. The most commonly wasted foods in Poland are bread, fruit and smoked meats.