March 2, 2014
by Cassie Fambro
If you own a Keurig coffee machine, you’re among 13 million other people. If you woke up and used a K-cup this morning, it was one of billions of K-cups that may end up in landfills.
Both Keurig and companies that manufacture the cups acknowledge that sustainability is a problem.
“We're working on upstream and downstream impacts of the system,” a representative from Keurig told Alabama Media Group. READ MORE
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