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Zero Co: Win the war-on-waste at your place.

A project in Sydney, AU by Zero Co

Status: Active

Eliminate single-use plastic from your kitchen, laundry and bathroom today.
Backers: 3174
Average Daily Pledges: $21,075 AUD
Average Pledge Per Backer: $113 AUD

Funding: $358,280 AUD of $251,313 AUD
Dates: Oct 1st -> Nov 15th (45 days)
Project By: Zero Co
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Latest News

Day 16: Introducing a new reward...get your office on board!

October 16th - via:
Hey team I'm excited to report that we've released a new reward: The Office Box for Do-Good Businesses! After being contacted by some amazing Do-Good Businesses (big and small) who wanted to do their bit to reduce single-use plastic in the workplace,... (Read More)

Day 8: Target #1 SMASHED!

October 9th - via:
BIG NEWS FLASH:  We've smashed our funding goal within 8 days of being live!!!  That means Zero Co will 100% be going into production and into Aussie homes next year.  Thank you, thank you, thank you to the awesome 2,251 Aussies who have helped... (Read More)

Day 7: Become a Zero Hero!

October 8th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

This startup raised $200,000 in less than a week for product scrapping single-use plastics from your spring cleaning

October 7th - via:
Having found single-use plastic trash in the most remote of locations, ZeroCo founder Mike Smith set out to solve the problem. (Read More)

Company that's solved plastic problem

October 4th - via:
An Aussie start-up is on a mission to eliminate single-use plastic from every Aussie kitchen, laundry and bathroom. (Read More)

Zero Co: Australian company's mission to eradicate plastic waste

October 4th - via:
Mr Smith is the founder of Zero Co, an Aussie start-up on a mission to eliminate single-use plastic from every Aussie kitchen, laundry and bathroom. (Read More)

Day 1: Thanks to you, we're smashing it out of the park (and I'm coming to clean someone's loo)

October 2nd - via:
Mike here, Founder of Zero Co! To say we've been blown away by the day 1 result of our campaign is an understatement. We've just hit a gobsmacking 42% of our $250,000 goal thanks to 789 legends who've supported us and raised over $105,000 towards our... (Read More)

A startup with the lofty goal of 'eliminating single-use plastics in every Aussie kitchen, bathroom and laundry' has raised $60,000 in crowdfunding on day one

October 2nd - via:
Aussie startup Zero Co wants to eliminate single-use plastics in the packaging of household items. Founder Mike Smith wants to raise $250,000 through Kickstarter to fund the first production run of a series of recycled plastic dispensers and a "closed loop" system of refills. (Read More)

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