How To Ruin The Environment: Soda Edition


It’s been well-established for years that K-Cups, the non-recyclable plastic pod system for making single cups of coffee, are an environmental disaster. But the Keurig corporation wasn’t satisfied with turning the cheap, eco-friendly drip coffee process into a nightmare of plastic hell. They’ve now introduced Keurig Kold, which does the same for soda, turning its easily-recyclable aluminum cans into a similarly eco-terrorizing cavalcade of landfilled plastic cups.

Adding insult to injury, the machine itself is north of three hundred bucks, with the pods costing ten to fifteen bucks for a pack of four. Yes, that’s $2.50 to $3.75 each. For an eight-ounce drink.  

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