144 bottles per month is 1,728 bottles per year.
Times say 100 customers that’s 172,800 bottles per year. A thousand 144 bottles a month customers would be 1,728,000 bottles per year. Now admittedly not every customer is a 144 bottle a month subscriber but I’m thinking this could end up being a lot of empty bottles at some point if Rosa keeps getting more customers (and I hope they do).
A 72 bottle a month subscriber would get 864 bottles per year. Times 100 customers that’s 86,400 bottles a year. Times 1000 customers would be 864,000 bottles produced per year.
What would be interesting is figuring out the weight of an empty Soylent 2.0 bottle and figuring out how many pounds and kilograms it would be per person, per 100 customers and per 1000 customers with 72 bottles per month subscriptions and 144 bottles per month. Back of the napkin for 144 bottle subscriber and guessing that an empty is maybe 15 grams I get 2,160 grams which is about 4.7 pounds of plastic shipped to them and left over a month.
Unless my math is wrong, which is often is. And it could be because it’s late.
144 bottles x 12 months = 1,728 bottles (≈ 57.1 pounds of plastic per year)
400 calories x 5 = 2000 calories x 365 days (so 5 bottles x 365 days a year) = 1,825 bottles (≈ 60.3 pounds of plastic per year)
(totally just guessing 15 grams per empty bottle and it’s 1am and I’m tired)
I guess rosa is going by about 29 days per month as their average?
Check my math, it wasn’t my major