How a Coffee Ball Might Make Your Morning Routine Different
If you are one of the approximately 40 percent of consumers in the United States who possess a single-cup coffee brewing device.
Often known as a K-Cup brewer, then you presumably already know that the convenience offered by these machines comes at the expense of the environment via Statista.
According to USA Today, the proliferation of single-use, disposable K-Cups has occurred concurrently with the rise in popularity of K-Cup coffee brewing devices.
Which were first made available on the consumer market in 2004.
According to the publication, enough of the cups had been sold by the year 2014 such that if they were lined up end to end, they would go around the world ten times.
Keurig, one of the most well-known manufacturers of K-Cups, has recently taken advances toward increased sustainability, & by the end of the year 2020, all of the brand's K-Cups will have been recyclable.
However, in light of the growing body of information suggesting that recycling has a negligible effect on the natural world, we need to find more environmentally friendly ways to satisfy our coffee needs via The Atlantic.
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