Jean Bouteille associates two modes of ecological consumption to save the consumer money : the bulk system and the returnable bottle system.
With an innovative approach of local sources, our economic model allows offers a high quality, low cost product with a very low environmental footprint while increasing the purchasing power of the consumer at the same time.
Jean Bouteille equips your store with a liquid dispensers containing a variety of oil (olive oil, sunflower oil…), wines (rosé and red wine) and vinegars (balsamic vinegar and cider vinegar) as well as the cleaned bottles. Once a week, Jean Bouteille replaces the used, dirty bottles, by a new one.
Thanks to Jean Bouteille, customers can save money, reduce their waste and are free to choose the quantity they’d like.
The way our society focuses on consumption today leads us to a dead end as too much waste is produced.
To reverse this trend, Jean Bouteille was created in 2014. Its goal is to allow us to consume liquid product without wasting. It-is finally possible!
To accomplish this, the innovative firm born in 2014 brought back the returnable bottle system and combined it with the bulk sale system.
All of our products are certified organic.
All of our products are certified organic.
Jean Bouteilles is proposing various liquid products that come with great tastes and large economical benefice. We work to create a portfolio of liquid products available in bulk.
There is also possibility of distributing laundry detergent dishwashing detergent, and other bulk cleaning liquids, by reusing the original packaging of the product.
If you wish to participate in this exciting opportunity for both environmental sustainability and profit growth, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Our producers are selected for their knowledge and the quality of their products. We work in connection with each store to set up a logicial inventory and by working with their suppliers whenever possible.
Today, seven shops are equipped with our solution:
Two Biocoop (Organic Produce Store) in Villeneuve d’Ascq and Hazebrouck,
Day by day (Zero Waste shop) and Harmonie nature (Organic produce store) in Lille (Northern France),
Almata (Zero Waste shop) in Brussels, Belgium,
Relais du triporteur (Zero Waste shop) in Brussels,
Belgium Ohne (Zero Waste shop) in Gent, Belgium.
Not fastened, restrained, or contained
The circular economy is a generic term for an industrial economy that is, by design or intention, restorative and in which material flows are of two types, biological nutrients, designed to reenter the biosphere safely, and technical nutrients, which are designed to circulate at high quality without entering the biosphere.
Minimization of waste at its source to minimize the quantity required to be treated and disposed of, achieved usually through better product design and/or process management. The reduction of waste is the first motivation behind the concept Jean Bouteille. We aim to allow the consumption of liquid products without having to throw away the bottle. This reduction of waste is the original motivation behind the concept Jean Bouteille.
Is a business model, developed in academia, that is aimed at providing sustainability of both consumption and production. Product Service Systems are when a firm offers a mix of both products and services, in comparison to the traditional focus on products. Jean Bouteille allows consumers to utilize the bottle multiple times rather than buying multiple bottles. One does not have to pay for the manufacturing and destruction of the bottle, only its use.
All the bottles are washed and sterilized by processes biodegradable. The used cleaner is certified Ecocert. It is biodegradable and contains no oil by-products or chemical additives. The sterilization of bottles uses a process of electro music-activation of the water to generate of Anolyte Neutre. This solution is 100% biodegradable and harmless to humans while quickly eliminating bacteria, fungus, and viruses.
Self-service dispenser is a piece of equipment technologically enabled to allow the blockage of a liquid in a clean, secure and moderate way.
Returnable bottles are intended to be taken back to the place they came from so that they can be used again. All the bottles used by Jean Bouteille are glass silk-screened and designed to resist more than 30 washes. The lock is a mechanical cork.
Through an employment contract, the Northern Region Pas-de-Calais has financially supported ecological investments including Jean Bouteille.
The urban community of Lille has made a commitment with Jean Bouteille to support the reduction of waste for its citizens.
Solicigales, a club of social investors was attracted to the ecological usefulness and economic viability of Jean Bouteille and has heavily investef in it.
Jean Bouteille was named laureate LMI Innovation in October of 2014. LMI innovation brings its financial support, its network as well as its significant expertise.
BPI France brings its financial support to Jean Bouteille.