Tasty without the wastey

Get your takeout in return-for-reuse containers

How It Works

Become a Member

Takeout is great except for all those single-use containers that end up in our landfills. Join us today to start using our return-for-reuse, zero waste takeout containers.

Ordering doesn't change

Our restaurant partners have put us right on their menus and their delivery apps. Simply choose the Earthware option and they will pack your meal in our zero waste, environmentally friendly containers.

Enjoy & Return

Once you’ve enjoyed your takeout, Earthware can be returned to one of our convenient drop-off locations or we can pick them up. Check out our Membership Options or FAQ to learn more.

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Membership Options

Next Day Pick Up

We'll be there tomorrow.
$ 1
00
90 Day Membership Fee
  • Unlimited, anywhere next day pick ups
  • Cancel anytime & no auto-renew
  • $1 does greatly help our cause!
  • Use unlimited amount of containers
Launch Special

Drop Off

You drop off at your convenience.
$ 1
00
One-time Membership Fee
  • Convenient locations around the city
  • Cancel anytime & no auto-renew
  • May purchase one time next day pick up
  • Use unlimited amount of containers
January 2022

Neighborhood Pick Up

We come to you.
$ 6
95
Monthly
  • Twice monthly home pick ups
  • Cancel anytime & no auto-renew
  • May purchase one time next day pick up
  • Use unlimited amount of containers
January 2022

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