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EnvipCo Reverse Vending Machines
Transcript of EnvipCo Reverse Vending Machines
The Primary Goal
of the EnvipCo
machines is to
create an incentive
sponsors to advertise on space provided.
Corporate entities that have already
purchased marketing space on
EnvipCo Machines include:
What is the cost?
According to Bill Donnelly, sales rep for EnvipCo, one machine costs
in training and parts.
questions to ask?
EnvipCo Reverse-Vending Machines
Going Green Initiative
student/faculty/alumni campus participation
could be retrofitted to be used as deposit accounts called
. This allows for:
Positive Administration PR
University Revenue Growth
University Brand Strength
Raising the price of bottled drinks by five cents allows the University to give that
back to the
in the form of
Deposit on Recyclables | Max Quantity of Recyclables | Projected Revenue
Who Has Done
Bottle Deposit Allocation
What I'm proposing is nothing more than a "surcharge to be refunded" much like the shopping carts at stores like Aldi's.
A bottle deposit motion that will create revenue is the driving force behind this project. It's important to understand that this is not an "increase in cost."
One places a quarter into the slot, uses the cart while in the store, and gets their quarter back as soon as they deposit the cart back into its proper location.
Anyone that uses the machine will be given a reward for recycling. This
is to instill
the subconscious of participants
by using positive reinforcement coupled with University of Memphis branding.