SOLUTIONS WOULDN’T EXIST WITHOUT THE PROBLEMS THAT IMPLORE US TO SEEK POSITIVE CHANGE. When it comes to packaging and the environment, Otter Products has invested years of innovation and thought leadership into developing a more sustainable box for the closed-loop system. As a result, Liviri reusable containers represent measurable opportunities for companies to reduce inefficiencies, eliminate waste and improve their collective impact on the planet.
Liviri vs Them
What Liviri consumes in water compared to cardboard during manufacturing.
200–300 Liters of Water
used to produce a single 1’x1’x1’ cardboard box.
15 to Forever.
Leveraging circular logistics, Liviri environmentally eclipses single-use packaging alternatives after only 15 to 25 reuse cycles.
45% of Landfill Materials
in the US comes from food and packaging containers — despite our best recycling efforts.
100% Planet Preferred.
Reusable Liviri containers are environmentally preferable to disposable packaging and refrigerated transport alternatives.
40% of the Global Greenhouse Effect
is due to environmental influence or emissions from food transported in refrigerated vehicles.
100% of the materials
in Sprint and 95% of the materials in Sprint totes are recyclable at end of life.
7 trees per year
is what the average American goes through in paper and cardboard products.
A Reusable Influence
Reusable containers have a strong positive impact on consumer willingness to purchase groceries and other perishables online. That sentiment has grown significantly year over year.
Liviri Partners in Sustainability
Proud members of the Sustainable Packaging Coalition, Ellen MacArthur Foundation and Reusable Packaging Association, Liviri is dedicated to changing the future of packaging.
Reusables Reduce Environmental Impact
The Reusable Packaging Association notes that reusable packaging plays a critical role in reducing the environmental impact associated with packaging and logistics. While reusable packaging can require more resources to manufacture than the single-use alternative, it generally requires fewer resources on a per-use basis over its useful life, even after calculating the energy consumed for reverse logistics and washing.