Club Coffee Welcomes Ontario Government Support for Compostable Coffee Pods in Municipal Composting Systems

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lieu de rencontre gay dans le 78 TORONTO, Sept. 30, 2020 – Club Coffee welcomes the Ontario government announcement that municipalities should now include certified compostable coffee pods in their food waste diversion programs under the province’s updated Food and Organic Waste Policy Statement. “Ontario government support for compostable coffee pods including Club Coffee’s PurPod100™ is a game-changer,” said Club Coffee CEO John Pigott. “We look forward to […]

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Club Coffee Enhances Its Consumer Recycling and Composting Information on Pack

go to this web-site Club Coffee, the leader in plant-based compostable single-serve coffee pods, is implementing the How2Recycle and How2Compost label instructions on its packaging. It joins more than 250 North American industry leaders using the programs to give consumers clear messaging about where their packaging is designed to be discarded when they’re done using it. “From our first steps to a compostable […]

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Solutions for single-use plastic pollution must consider all stakeholders

chinese man dating a girl younger than him The Canadian government recently announced it would be tackling the global pollution crisis with bans on single-use plastics. The details of the Canadian plan remain to be seen, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada would follow the lead of the European Union with their vote to ban items that often end up littered in […]

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Club Coffee Welcomes Ontario’s Commitment to Support Compostable Product Innovation

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mexican women seeking older senior american men New Ontario Working Group Expected to Recommend How to Accept Compostable Coffee Pods and Other Innovations in Ontario Green Bins Toronto, June 20, 2019 — Club Coffee, the leader in plant-based, compostable single serve coffee pods, saluted the Ontario government decision to move rapidly so compostable coffee pods will be accepted in all Ontario green […]

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Tackling the Single-Use Plastics Crisis One Compostable Coffee Pod at a Time

Published in: National Post Circular Economy Special Insert —————————————————————————– Single-use plastics are now seen as a global crisis. Less than 10 percent of them are recycled. The rest are sent to landfills, dumped into lakes and oceans, burned for energy with its own environmental implications, or shipped to countries like the Philippines that are now pushing […]

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