TerraCycle and Solabev have partnered to produce a zero coffee waste capsule system for business and the higher-volume needs of commercial food service enterprises. For offices and hotel lobbies especially, single-serve machines eliminate any instances of leftover, unused coffee, according to a joint release.
“The demand for single-serve coffee isn’t going anywhere, and neither is the waste that comes from it,” said TerraCycle’s c.e.o Tom Szaky. “SolaBev’s new capsule, which holds up to 25 grams of coffee, brews more per serving, allowing fewer capsules to be used.” SolaBev founder Michael Szyliowicz said that “By working with TerraCycle, we are able to address an unmet need for a single-serve brewing system that enables its users to responsibly dispose of their coffee capsules.”
Founded in 2001, TerraCycle, Inc., is the world’s leader in the collection and repurposing of hard-to-recycle post-consumer waste, ranging from used chip bags to coffee capsules to cigarette butts.
SolaBev offers two machine models: the Mini and the Pro.
Learn more: www.solabev.com