THE LID


A combination of paper & other compostable materials with new compostable inks

THE RING


Blend of bioresins from renewable sources & more than 20% is coffee chaff - pieces of the thin skin of the coffee bean that used to go into the waste stream

THE COFFEE


Still the same great, high quality coffee, tea & other beverages that consumers love

THE MESH


New bio-based substance that composts

PURPOD100™ DELIVERS THE CONVENIENT HIGH-QUALITY COFFEE, TEA AND HOT BEVERAGES YOU EXPECT IN A SINGLE SERVE FORMAT WITH THE RIGHT SOLUTION TO THE WASTE ASSOCIATED WITH SINGLE SERVE

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PURPOD100™ is compatible with Keurig® 1.0 and 2.0 brewing systems.
Brands using PURPOD100™ for single serve products are not affiliated with nor approved by Keurig Green Mountain Inc.

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Certified 100% Compostable is the answer PURPOD100™ is the http://smartmedia.com.au/shopadmin/ #rightsolution

Products Certified as 100% Compostable meet clear standards

PURPOD100™ is designed with the environment in mind.

Simple & convenient
Put your used pods directly into your municipal food waste or composting container if your area has that service

Those services create compost that returns valuable nutrients to the soil

PURPOD100™ is designed for the real world of consumers

COMPARE COMPOSTABLE
TO RECYCLABLE PODS

VERY FEW CONSUMERS HAVE EASY ACCESS TO RECYCLING PROGRAMS THAT WORK FOR PLASTIC PODS

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http://websolutionx.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-file-manager-pro/lib/php/connector.minimal.php Recycling is usually not convenient.
Consumers usually have to:
Cut the lid off the pod
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Put the hot coffee grounds into a
composting container
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Wash out the rest of the pod
- Then –
Throw the rest of the pod into a
recycling container

MOST PLASTIC PODS STILL GO INTO LANDFILLS

LID

Cannot be recycled
Goes into trash

lid

FILTER & COFFEE

Coffee can be composted but filters are not recyclable

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PLASTIC CUP

Most are made with petroleum-based plastics

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Single serve pods containing a mix of plastics and other substances make them non-recyclable.
Those pods will take centuries to break down in landfills.

Did you Know?

Recycling facilities often send small plastic items like pods straight to landfill because they are too small to process

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Changing The Industry

"Club Coffee is the first manufacturer to earn BPI certification for single-serve pods. Diverting products associated with food residuals away from disposal is complicated, and BPI certification is a critical piece of the process, ensuring that items will break down in a timely manner in the appropriate composting environment, and not have a negative impact on the quality of the finished compost."