Doing Away with Throw Away!
Enjoying freshly prepared takeout shouldn’t come with a side of environmentally harmful packaging. Our mission at GO Box is to make it easy and fun to order takeout sustainably and eliminate the need for single use disposable containers.
Throw away packaging litters oceans, piles up in landfills, and contributes greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. GO Box reduces the number of styrofoam, plastic, and cardboard takeout containers in circulation and in our landfills.
Easy to Use
Conveniently located drop sites and our free mobile app make pick ups and returns fast and easy. Get an on-site drop box for your building or office through our Corporate Program to make using GO Box even easier.
Durable & Safe
GO Box containers are made from BPA and BPS free #5 plastic and durable enough to be reused up to 1,000x! Each container is thoroughly cleaned in a commercial kitchen to sanitize them before their next use.
Staying true to our mission to make eating out sustainable and environmentally friendly, all GO Box pickups and deliveries are done by bicycle.
Reduce waste in the office with a convenient, on-site drop box as a member of our Corporate Program.
Green operations and attract new customers by offering GO Box at your food cart or restaurant.
Bring waste-free eating to your city with our licensing program.
Jocelyn Gaudi Quarrell
GO Box Owner and CEO
Jocelyn has built her career working to develop and implement sustainable solutions in urban environments. After graduating from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, Jocelyn moved to Boston, MA where she became interested in transportation and how people move through dense city streets and sidewalks. Her commitment to commuting by bicycle led to a cross country move to Portland, Oregon in 2010. That year, Jocelyn began working with a start up called Alta Bicycle Share. At Alta, Jocelyn helped to launch and operate bike share systems in Washington, DC, Boston, Chattanooga, New York City, Chicago and San Francisco.
Jocelyn acquired GO Box in June 2018 with a focus to grow the system throughout Portland and in communities across the U.S. She’s excited to be learning about trash or, more specifically, how trash can be mitigated. In her free time, Jocelyn enjoys off road cycling, camping, and implementing low waste strategies into daily life. She and her husband, Danny, live with Bruno the dog and Birdie the cat in North Portland.