Feeling frustrated and let-down by the extent of the damage we have done to our environment, two friends - Rishi and Pawan - went in search of answers. While the markets are changing slowly, they noticed that many products that are eco-friendly are given a luxury label. They also found that many products sold under the “eco” label tend to stretch the definition of sustainability. Thus they decided to start their own journey to produce truly eco-friendly, sustainable, beautifully designed and ethical essentials at affordable prices.

And here we are!

We want to do more than just make beautiful eco-friendly products. So we are going to change how supermarkets and online stores operate by making a service better than all of them. Hopefully this will inspire other shops to do refills as default.

Pawan Saunya & Rishi Gupta
Co-Founders of Zero Waste Club



We are a team of dreamers, thinkers, innovators and environment saviours. We approach all problems with an open-mind and a strong determination, to create meaningful, simple and beautifully designed products and services.

 Co-founder & Numbers

Co-founder & Numbers

Rishi Gupta

Every great company needs a numbers man. Rishi manages our numbers and keeps them as solid as possible. He helps to keep the structure of the business tight, ensures operations are running smoothly and is in charge of the logistical side of the company.

He enjoys exploring and prototyping new product ideas and he strongly believes in mindful consumption.

Currently, he is studying a masters at Imperial College London.


 Co-founder & Design

Co-founder & Design

Pawan Saunya

Pawan has a soft spot for simplicity and function. He is obsessed with good spacing in design and enjoys pastels colours as of now, but everything changes. We are lucky to have him, as he is heavily involved all aspects of design and order fulfilment.

He is strongly believes all beings feel fear and want to be loved and thus advocates Veganism and spends his time meditating in the mountains.

Currently, deferred going to university to start-up Zero Waste Club.