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Good Design SF presentation

Good Design SF presentation

We created a new identity for the hypothetical program.

Good Design SF presentation

Trash and compost bins would be eliminated, recycling ones cut to half size.

Good Design SF presentation

We would encourage markets to sell more food items in bulk, cutting down on unnecessary packaging. The city would offer containers sets for people to bring to these markets.

Good Design SF presentation

Compost and trash deposit centers would be strategically placed around the city.

Good Design SF presentation

Residents would have the option of depositing either trash or compost. Trucks would be used only to haul away the materials from these centers, cutting down on carbon emissions

Good Design SF presentation

Each household would have a user account and be refunded money from the city if they generated lower than the mean amount of trash per person over the year.

Good Design SF presentation

Volume was asked to be part of the very first Good San Francisco event, and were tasked with rethinking the design of the bins used for trash, recycling and compost. Rather than just redesign the bins, we took a wider view and presented a solution that re-imagines the entire collection and disposal system. We presented our solution at a public symposium in front of a packed house of over 200 people, and also via a live feed to the CEOs for Cities conference, taking place at the same time.

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