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Waarmakers: Goedzak


Amsterdam-based social impact design studio Waarmakers has proposed a simple solution to allow people to pass on their unwanted things that are still in good condition on to the next person. The idea is Goedzak, a transparent sack with clear labelling to indicate that someone else can take them. Goedzak, which means “do-gooder”, combines the Dutch words for “good” and “bag”. To use them, one simply has to leave their filled Goedzak bag on the street, keeping them clean and dry in the bag. People passing are allowed to take them if they see something in the transparent bag that they desire. The project aims to reduce the amount of trash and things people tend to toss out, and introduce a more benevolent method of providing items that other people might need or want.






Alexis Verschueren

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