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Löfbergs to launch plastic-free fully recycled disposable cups next year

KARLSTAD, Sweden – Disposable cups often contain a plastic barrier layer, which makes them more difficult to recycle in a proper way. That is...

Scotland considers an additional charge on disposable coffee cups

EDINBURGH, Scotland – Applying a charge of at least 20p to 25p on every disposable cup is one of the recommendations put forward by...

Bca welcomes the Government’s decision not to introduce a tax on disposable cups

CHARLBURY, UK – The British Coffee Association (BCA) supports the Government’s decision not to implement a tax on paper cups and supported the Chancellor’s...

Plei launches Coffee Collar: a simple solution to an everyday problem

Figures show that last year in the US alone, 40 billion disposable take-out drinking cups left home and less than 30% made it to...

Starbucks and Howard Schultz: please do not introduce disposable cups in Italy

The Italian association of green cities (Comuni Virtuosi) appeals to Howard Schultz, the outgoing of Starbucks and his successor Myron Ullman not to introduce...

Costa announces commitment to recycle half a billion takeaway cups a year

LONDON, UK — Costa Coffee has announced it will become the first ever coffee chain in the UK to commit to recycling the same...

Starbucks trials five pence charge on disposable coffee cups in the UK

LONDON, UK – Starbucks UK is now charging a 5-pence extra on all drinks sold in disposable cups in 35 locations across London. It's...

Passengers at Hamburg Airport can now buy drinks in personal cups

Passengers at Hamburg Airport can now buy drinks in their own cups and containers instead of paper cups. Many catering companies at the airport...

Cork City becomes first Irish council to stop using disposable cups

CORK, Ireland – Cork City Council has become the first local authority in Ireland to stop supplying single use disposable tea and coffee cups...

Veolia roles out nationwide coffee cup recycling service for UK Offices

LONDON, UK – With 84% of takeaway hot drink consumers still using disposable cups, Veolia is rolling out its national coffee cup solution to make cup recycling possible in offices across the UK to reduce cup contamination and increase recycling rates. The company highlighted the latest YouGov research which reveals 52% of regular takeaway ...

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