The Zero Waste Twist Dispenser is a prototype container designed to let consumers use every last drop of liquid goods
By pressing a button on top of the Zero Waste, users cause a disc inside of it to move up, forcing liquid out of a flexible packet
A rendering of a possible commercial version of the Zero Waste Twist Dispenser
Does it bother you that you can’t get all of the liquid out of the bottom of a hand-pump-equipped container? Well, the folks at Pack Flow Concepts think that it should. According to them, such containers don’t dispense up to 15 percent of the ketchup, shampoo, soap or other liquid stored inside of them. That’s why Pack Flow is developing the Zero Waste Twist Dispenser.
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