Reusable, High-Quality Cups

With our cups, you can :

  • reduce the waste generated at events (no more disposable cups or cup carriers littering the ground, etc.);
  • improve overall site cleanliness and tidiness (far less litter scattered everywhere, naturally encouraging visitors to make better use of the bins provided);
  • drastically reduce litter picking, waste collection and disposal costs.

The idea is simple :

  • we liaise with the organisers to calculate the requisite number of cups to be delivered for the event (one clean cup per drink served);
  • the organisers charge a deposit for the cups (generally €1 to maximise their return);
  • attendees pay a deposit for their first drink;
  • when they order their next drink, they then exchange their used cup for a new cup;
  • before they leave they can reclaim their deposit by handing in their cup;
  • Rekwup collects all the used cups at the end of the event;
  • we then clean them before sending them off to the next event.

Rekwups Cups

Our reusable, high-quality cups have been selected for their environmentally-friendly, economical, hygienic and durable properties.

They are manufactured:Gobelet type reKwup!

- in Brittany: 25cl and 50cl cups

  • They can be supplied with a handy integral clip allowing up to four cups to be connected together, thereby removing the need for cup carriers, and their associated waste (whether cardboard or plastic).
  • They can contain up to 30% recycled plastic.
  • They are semi-rigid.
  • They are made of polypropylene (PPE).

- in Austria: 25cl , 33cl, 50cl, tumblers, 1L jugscruches

  • They are very flexible.
  • They are made of polypropylene (PPE)


- in Belgium: wine glasses and champagne flutes

  • They are of course reusable and as transparent as a traditional wineglass
  • They are made of Tritan, an extremely hard wearing material which looks just like glass.


They are all :

  • reusable and reused...over and over again
  • 100% recyclable
  • 100% recycled so long as broken or cracked cups are returned to us at the end of the event by the organiser
  • cleaned in Ciney by a co-operative company
  • manufactured less than 1000 km away, in Rennes in Brittany or in Austria, so they haven’t far to travel


And of course, we :

  • comply with good hygiene practices (AFSCA and HACCP standards, traceability), etc.
  • comply with DIN 10511 standards (compliance with washing and rinsing temperatures and contact times)
  • wash, dry and store the cups as close as possible to where they are to be used
  • use low-energy equipment which uses as little water and detergent as possible
  • use eco-friendly products
  • use renewable energy