Geneva Business School and Nozama: collaboration for a sustainable future

We are happy to announce our imminent partnership with Geneva Business School this coming school year, the 21st century swiss education institution, contributing to a sustainable society.

Nozama and Geneva Business School will work together towards sustainability, with Nozama delivering coffee capsules to the school on a regular basis, recovering used capsules and other recyclable materials on delivery, to be washed, sorted and prepared for recycling at Nozama’s green point. At the Nozama green point, people who are at risk of social exclusion carry out the triage of sorting materials. This means that by supporting Nozama, Geneva Business School is also contributing to a greater social impact by supporting people in need.

Sustainable Nozama pick up
Trym with QR codes to track recycling materials

Nozama ensures the recycling of all coffee capsules and recyclables that will be recovered from the school, as can be seen in a step by step process, using tracking technology. Geneva Business School will be the first school in Barcelona to track their recovered coffee capsules and other recyclable waste from the school, through the entire recovery and sorting process.

Nozama QR codes allow the tracking of recyclable materials from one point to another, enabling the school to follow the journey of their recovered materials. This complete traceability is a guarantee that whatever materials are recovered will be taken to a recycling centre and given a second life.

his exciting collaboration will lead, not only to more materials being recycled, but will also reduce air pollution in the city of Barcelona, as Nozama only uses eco vehicles or bicycles to carry out deliveries. Barcelona records pollution levels and currently 98% and 68% of the population, respectively, may be exposed to harmful levels of suspended particulate matter (PM10) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) which causes a host of health problems, from respiratory illnesses to heart problems. Less polluting vehicles means cleaner air and improved quality of life for people in the city. Geneva Business School will be able to see the kilos of recycling materials (aluminium, plastic, etc) they have recovered and kilos of C02 they have prevented from entering the atmosphere with the Nozama RaaS (Recycling as a Service) platform, where all data is accumulated.

Geneva Business School will be able to see the kilos of recyclable materials (aluminum, plastic, etc.) that they have recovered and the kilos of C02 that they have prevented from entering the atmosphere with the Nozama RaaS platform (Recycling as a Service), where all data is found.

RaaS platform
Nozama RaaS en una tablet, smartphone y ordenador

"Aligning with small companies like Nozama is important to show our students effective local solutions to global problems and give them good examples of innovation and responsible consumption."

Geneva Business School

Geneva Business School, ranked #59th in the Best Business Schools ranking according to the magazine CEOWORLD, is now on its way to become one of the best schools that work towards a sustainable future.

 

Andre, CEO and Lisa, Community Manager of Nozama
Andre, CEO and co-founder; and Lisa, Marketing Director of Nozama, presenting to students at Industry Insights, Geneva Business School, Barcelona campus, February 2020