Let’s talk about something that is close to all our hearts: coffee.
It is the substance sustaining throngs of college kids through brutal 8 a.m. economics classes and late nights of chemistry labs. Many of us would insert it intravenously if we thought it could wake us up faster.
So, when Keurig told us all we could have any coffee we want in the convenience of a disposable plastic cup and two minutes of Keurig magic, we didn’t question it. Yet, within the seemingly perfect K-cup, an environmental disaster brews. READ MORE