HOW TO HAVE A PLASTIC DETOX
Katarina won over the residents of Zlarin with her concept design for the Plastic free Zlarin logo. After that we gladly continued our cooperation, so that Katarina's recognizable and lively style is reflected in all the educational and promotional materials of the initiative. Fast and efficient, Katarina turned all our ideas into beautiful visual supports.
CupUp as a brand has been officially in existence since 2016, based on years of experience of cooperation and project realization with international companies. Another example of the implementation of personalized reusable washable polypropylene (PP) glasses, which has been in use in European countries for over a decade, is CupUp System d.o.o. has decided to offer this eco-friendly and mobile marketing product to the Croatian market as the only existing company of this format
CupUp is not only a product but also a service and eco-responsible business mode in which the product fulfills the dual function of a reusable marketing tool and item, significantly reducing the amount of waste generated as collateral for disposable products.
You may be wondering where did we order our beautiful and handy canvas bags with the logo of the initiative - the answer is with Eco Luna!
TERRA HUB is a non-profit non-governmental independent legal entity established in 2016 in Croatia to keep together experts and professionals who have been working with the UNDP Croatia Energy, Environment and Innovation team after the office closed. Our team won the 1st prize at Adriatic Plastic Challenge organised in 2018. by Terra Hub, Zona and Volvo Cars Adria.
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CAFFE BAR "PASARELA"
Ms. Dea experienced life in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, England and even America, but still decided to return to her native Zlarin. In addition to her tourism education and her husband's initiative, her family decided to open a Pasarela cafe. In addition to the cafe bar, they also hold a pancake stand because, as she puts it, "she is used to feeding people and children."
She liked the Zlarin without Plastic project because it "shook up the routine" and introduced new topics for conversation among the locals. He believes the project has encouraged locals to unite and move forward. "At first, we were worried that we were too small, but we went for a project initiative that not only put a bug in our ear, but also helped a lot with information and directions on where to get glasses and straws," says Ms. Dea.
He points out that they adhere to all the rules and hopes to make other people who come to the island aware of their example.