Is the largest designer, assembler and operator of self-serve, zero-waste refill vending machines. Our various machines are capable of dispensing a wide range of products including home-care, personal-care, beverages, shelf-stable foods and more. We offer communities an accessible and affordable way to help the planet.
Our Good Filling Stations allow consumers to BYO (Bring Your Own). By reusing their own containers, it prevents plastics from entering the waste stream and our environment.
With Stations across the United States, and many more on their way, we’re bringing convenience to the zero-waste movement.
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The Ripple Effect: How Small Changes in Your Operations Can Create A Lasting Environmental Impact
Today's consumers are demanding change. They expect businesses to embrace sustainability, and investors are backing them up. In a 2023 McKinsey & Company report, 83% of global investors declared ESG factors crucial to their decisions. This shift reflects a clear message: sustainability is no longer a niche concern, it's a fundamental business imperative.
What You Need to Know About the UN Plastics Treaty in 2024: A Turning Point for Plastic Pollution
Plastic. It's ubiquitous, it's convenient, and it's posing a critical threat to our planet. From choking marine life to contaminating our food and water, the 300 million tons of plastic waste generated annually paint a grim picture. But in 2024, amidst a landscape seemingly saturated in single-use plastic, our littered world finds a potential spark of hope: the United Nations Environment Assembly's historic Plastics Treaty. This blog delves into the nitty-gritty of the UN Plastics Treaty, exploring its potential implications for the world, for sustainable businesses like Good Filling, and for you, the engaged advocate for a cleaner future.
Examples of a Circular Economy and Why It Matters
Have you ever stopped to think about the lifecycle of the products you use every day? From the raw materials that are extracted to the waste that is generated at the end of their useful life, the linear economy has a significant impact on our planet. But what if there was a way to produce and consume goods and services more sustainably? A way that keeps resources in use for as long as possible and reduces waste to a minimum?
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Local Company Looks to Reduce Plastic Waste With Refillable Machines.
“Let's take this idea of these zero waste stores that are offering refillable products and kind of zero waste products and make it easier for people to access,” said Palandjian.
He created automated machines that dispense liquid products from hand soap and detergent to body wash and shampoo.
Sustainable Packaging Podcast
Could we have refill stations on every corner?
Is this the end of small plastic single use containers?
BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle)
Premium Beauty News: How Good Filling’s vending machines can help close the loop on waste
Petros Palandjian is one of Paris Packaging Week’s eleven Future Leaders.
Boston Business Journal
"This startup tackles plastic waste on a personal level..." "The World's plastic problem can feel overwhelming, with startling statistics that reveal how hard it will be to reverse... Only 8.7% of overall plastic was recycled in 2018."
Boston's Best Podcast
"This week, I am joined by Petros Palandjian, Founder of Good Filling Company, a zero-waste, all-natural refill service for home-care and personal-care products. Good Filling Company brings convenience to the #ZeroWasteMovement by providing Bostonians with 100% all-natural, refillable products to make a positive impact."