Reusable products are better for both planet and profits
We’re helping our customers meet goals for both sustainability and cost-savings as we work to create a world where all one-way packaging is converted to reusables. Discover how our RPCs, pallets and other reusable products can create a more efficient and sustainable supply chain for you, too.
Reduce packaging waste
Eliminate the environmental and financial cost of materials waste. Replace disposable, single-use packaging with durable plastic reusables that last for years and are then recycled.
Fewer trips and fuel
Maximize cube utilization, minimize trips and reduce your carbon footprint with stronger, more space-efficient Tosca pallets and RPCs.
Less food waste
Reduce shrink and wasted food by shipping with stronger, more structurally sound containers and pallets. Unique Tosca designs prevent damage and help preserve food quality.
Sustainability with savings
Save money by avoiding the purchase price and labor costs associated with using and disposing of one-way containers. Reduce losses from shrink with the better protection of high-quality, food-grade plastic.
R&D for sustainability
Count on our R&D department to keep improving on sustainability, offering customization to ensure that you, too, can fit our sustainable solutions to your exact needs.
A straight line to the circular economy
With Tosca products, waste is prevented, not simply managed. Reusable and recyclable, they provide years of service, after which they can be turned into new reusables. It’s all part of our commitment to reduce waste, conserve energy and save natural resources.
Millions of reasons to partner with Tosca
Our reusable products have already prevented millions of pounds of corrugated from entering landfills. That’s because every time you use one of our RPCs instead of corrugated, you keep up to 1.5 pounds of cardboard from entering the waste stream. Check our tracker for the latest updates on savings in materials.
As of January 2021, Tosca has diverted
tons of corrugated packaging from entering the supply chain since it began issuing RPCs in 2000.
Unlocking sustainability and new efficiencies in the supply chain.Learn more about three areas that can generate large amounts of waste in a traditional grocery retail setting: packaging, food storage, and transportation. In this whitepaper we discuss the activities that contribute to waste and explain how retailers can use reusable products to optimize sustainability while cutting costs and improving productivity.
Locate greater sustainability with an enhanced COMPASS.
Tosca partnered with the creator of COMPASS, the tool for modeling environmental impact, to expand its capabilities to compare the value of RPCs versus corrugated, wood and foam in terms of meeting your specific sustainability goals.
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