New solution for glass takeout

The new terminal with the MaConsigne logo that appeared everywhere in Monaco was certainly intriguing. Today we can solve the mystery.

The prince’s government has promised to “zero disposable plastics by 2030.” And to reduce the use of disposable plastics, the energy conversion mission has revived the old idea of ​​refundable deposits for glass containers.

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This is a simple concept. Partner restaurants serve takeaway meals in reusable glass containers rather than disposable packages. After use, unwashed containers can be returned using one of the 20 kiosks in town. They are then cleaned and redistributed to partners.

If the container is deposited within 14 days of ordering, the service is completely free. If this fails, 7 euros will be deducted from the customer’s account.

© Communication Department / Manuel Vitali

The application is specially designed to help you find the various participating restaurants and terminals where you can return the container. This is called “MaConsigne” and is available on the App Store and Play Store.

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