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10-09-2019 01:44 PM
Yeah, here we go again: The Great Keurig Debate that sprouts up during every TSV.
Let me get this out of the way: I love my Keurig....I will not stop using my Keurig, its offspring or successors or any of its plastic pods.
If you choose not to, that's fabulous, but so long as it's not illegal (that might change of course) I'll buy and use them. More and more pods are recyclable if users bother to do it, but most plastic is not recycled any way.
Now we will have lectures about how to use an old fashion coffee pot, drip machine and Farberware percolator or the virtues of not drinking coffee at all.
10-09-2019 02:05 PM
Millions upon millions of plastic container waste,,,,
While I agree with you about the millions and millions of plastic waste, lots of which ends up in our oceans, as being shameful, Keurig is not the sole or even major contributor to this global problem.
You can't blame just Keurig for this disaster.
10-09-2019 02:20 PM
In so far as so much waste using the pods, same song, same story that we have heard over and over again! They are a drop in the bucket when considering all the waste out there!
10-09-2019 02:52 PM
What about the millions and millions of disposable diapers that get dumped into landfills every year? Google it and see how many years it takes for those puppies to decompose.
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