October 25, 2012 By News Staff
Answer: the Zero Waste Twist Dispenser
According to Pack Flow Concepts, the Zero Waste Twist Dispenser designer, containers don’t dispense up to 15 percent of the ketchup, shampoo, soap or other liquid stored inside of them, Gizmag reported.
The prototype device consists of a cylindrical outer shell with a disc-shaped platform inside. As the user presses a button on the lid of the dispenser, which would ultimately have a spout built into it, that disc incrementally ratchets its way up from the bottom of the inside of the shell – each press moves it up a little more. No batteries or other power source are required.
Photo courtesy of Pack Flow Concepts
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