Tom’s New Blog Post via Industry Intelligence

Tom-Szaky-300x288 Nowadays, K-Cups are the most popular way to have your coffee. It is so simple and convenient—just pop one of those handy, individual-serving cups into your Keurig, add water, and in second you have a piping fresh cup of coffee, and you toss that little package into the trash without thought. k-cups But did you know that the K-Cup packaging is very difficult to process through curbside pick up? As a result, landfills are piling up with these tiny cups that are very difficult and expensive to recycle.   Check out Tom’s latest blog post via Industry Intelligence, entitled “Overcoming the Recycling Challenges of Mixed Material Packaging” to learn more about Keurig’s recycling efforts and the difficulties associated with recycling these materials.

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