The real impact lies in our collective efforts to reduce plastic ending up in our waters annually by 2040. The Dopper wave has grown stronger with the product launch and campaign, showcasing that Dopper can drive change and deliver on the ‘Tap for Life’ call to action.
Since the launch in Q4 2022, we have generated numerous new leads, with over 150 outstanding leads as of Summer 2023. We have installed over 71 Dopper Water Taps (visible on Google Maps), with Albert Heijn scaling up to 250 water taps in their stores. With their substantial daily foot traffic, they leave a lasting impact.
Recently Schiphol Airport Retail (SAR) joined the Dopper wave by providing their international travelers access to free water through the Dopper Water Tap and simultaneously discontinuing the sale of plastic water bottles in their shops. This initiative aims to prevent the disposal of 750,000 plastic bottles.
The Water Tap has even crossed borders, from Belgium, with G-Star being the first to have a water tap installed in their flagship store. To be displayed in a French museum.
Each refill made contributes to growing impact, leaving a lasting impression on users, reinforcing our mission, changing behaviour, and preventing the use of single-use water bottles that harm our planet.
Since the product launch last year (Q4), the impact has grown incrementally, tap by tap. This is partly due to Dopper’s logistical constraints, which limit the number of taps we can install each week. Nevertheless, we’ve successfully installed over 71 taps, resulting in 56.403 tapped liters. These taps have already contributed to reducing plastic waste by 3.159 kilograms, eliminating over 112.806 single-use PET bottles, and reducing CO2 emissions over 7.896 kilograms. This remarkable progress over such a short period underscores our commitment to our mission and the positive impact we’re having on our beautiful planet. Just imagine where we’ll be in a year.