New Model for Urban Food Waste Collection Breaking Down Barriers
Kat Heinrich
1 August 2022
Webinar streamed live on 14th July 2022. 

Collecting food waste from restaurants and cafes in urban areas can be challenging. In this webinar, we hear from Daniels Langeberg, Founder and CEO of EcoCaddy. Daniels is an entrepreneur in South Australia who is pioneering a new service model for collecting food waste from food service businesses. This model is overcoming barriers by providing a service that is at the human scale, quiet, and emits zero emissions. Daniels shares insights into the EcoCaddy organics collection model, including how it works, the challenges faced and the benefits. He also provides some perspectives as an entrepreneur and his vision for the future of waste collection in cities.


Daniels Langeberg

Founder & CEO @EcoCaddy

Image shows a bald man with glasses and folded hands, wearing a red jumper smiling at the cameraDaniels founded EcoCaddy after returning from Shanghai, China where he was working as an Urban Designer. Propelled by his design of sustainable cities, his exposure to traditional transport solutions around Asia and love for the environment, saw the creation of EcoCaddy to provide an alternative transport mode for city users. As the years rolled on Daniels and his team looked to innovative business models, adding out of home advertising, eco-tourism and resource recovery to the list of services the company now provides. Daniels accolades include InDaily 40 under 40 recipient, inaugural member of The South Australian Premier’s Force Forty and winner of The Adelaide to Zero Carbon world competition. Daniels splits his time growing the business, working with other startup founders and business owners at his coworking space Mache Coworking with his partner Izzy and providing business consulting services to SME’s.

“What’s exciting about the business is that it touches every person on the planet… Every person on the planet produces waste, every person consumes food.”

– Daniels Langeberg –

Originally together with: be Waste Wise
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