New York City can now recycle Nespresso coffee capsules and other small aluminum products in the same bin as plastics and glass.
One of the most commonly cited reasons to explain why we have so many single-use paper cups filling up landfills is that it’s difficult and expensive to recycle the cups due to the plastic coating that prevents the paper from getting soggy. Starbucks took it upon itself to prove that idea wrong.
Helping to eliminate waste with reusable stainless-steel straws
To-go cups are hard to recycle, but the makers of reCUP are changing the game.
Partnering with local recycling groups helps the environment, but can give business a boost too.
Billions of coffee cups end up in US landfills, but sustainable solutions are here.