Ozarka reusable containers are designed to be reused over 1000 times, which means we can replace over 1000 planet-clogging disposable containers with a single, 100% recyclable one.
Amazingly, with the average disposable container being about 18cm long, if you lined up all the disposables that one single Ozarka container can replace, they would run for over 180 meters!
In case you were wondering, here are some things that are about 180 meters in length.
1. 10 Bowling Lanes
You better have a strong bowling arm if for some reason you fancy bowling through 1000 disposable takeout containers lined up in a row, because you’ll have to bowl through nearly 10 full bowling lanes to do it!
2. Over 1.6 American Football Fields
The standard American football field is just under 110 meters long, which means one Ozarka container’s worth of disposable containers would be making disposable touchdowns on multiple fields!
3. Over 3 Boeing 747s
We don’t recommend going flying with 1000 disposable takeout containers (probably best to bring one Ozarka reusable instead!). But if you do, their combined length would equal the width of more than 3 Boeing 747 jets, which have a wingspan of just under 60 meters.
4. 20 London Buses
Line up 20 of those famous red London buses in a row, and they would nearly match up exactly with 1000 disposable takeout containers lined up beside them, with the London bus clocking in at 18.75 meters long.
5. 1/49th of Mount Everest!
With Mount Everest scaling the heavenly heights of 8,850 meters, it means that the combined length of all the disposable takeout containers you can replace with a single Ozarka reusable would reach 1/49th the way to the summit.
So by using just 49 Ozarka reusable containers instead of disposables, it is possible to conquer Everest! (Without leaving any waste behind.)
If you’re interested in reducing trash with Ozarka reusables, here’s a comical look at how much trash you can prevent by ordering your food through DeliverZero, a new food-delivery platform that uses Ozarka’s reusable containers instead of disposables.