The New Green Moving Box
By Michael Finney | ABC News | October 04, 2012
There are 36 million Americans who move each year, including 1.5 million in the Bay Area - that's a lot of cardboard moving boxes. There's a new green alternative.
Recyclable Green Moving Boxes
By Roger H | Killer Startups | December 08, 2010
ZippGo will let you ensure that the damage that is done to the environment when moving is reduced as much as possible.
Plastic Boxes Make For Greener Moving Days
By Jolie O'Dell | Mashable| September 29, 2010
ZippGo's boxes are made from 100% recycled plastic. They're sturdy, almost infinitely reusable and don't require packing tape. This San Francisco-based startup is definitely onto something.
Innovation rules at SB2010
By Melissa Hincha-Ownby| Mother Nature Network | June 04, 2010
ZippGo is another of the finalists that really caught my eye. The company provides zero waste moving supplies to consumers and businesses. If you've ever moved, either your home or your office, you know that it can take many boxes. Sure, the cardboard boxes can be reused but after a few reuses they are no longer reliable and end up getting recycled (best-case scenario) or throw in the trash (worst-case scenario).
A Green Solution to Those Pesky Moving Boxes
By Jess Watson| Apartment Therapy | October 23, 2009
Even better, renting ZippGo boxes is actually cheaper than buying the cardboard alternative. This almost makes me eager to start planning my next move.
ZippGo Offers to Green Your Next Move
By Cory Vanderpool| Triple Pundit | October 16, 2009
Though cardboard has made up the traditional moving box, an innovative company in the San Francisco Bay area is changing how people move. ZippGo brings reusable plastic green boxes made from 100 percent recycled plastic to your home or business, just before you move, and then picks them up at your new address once your move is complete.