A pop-up restaurant built from recycled food packaging and composting all of its remains was set up at the WantedDesign Manhattan fair. Commissioned by the Finnish Cultural Institute, Zero Waste Bistro presents its objectives: the use of food that would generally be thrown away and the refusal of the supplier’s packaging, while working with designers, engineers and architects to rethink the waste management and water efficiency. To build the restaurant, the company chose panels made from recycled Tetra Pak – a packaging material commonly used for milk cartons.