Making a single cup of coffee has never been more popular. The folks at Keurig and Green Mountain have made it easier and tastier that ever before to make a great cup of coffee without having to make – and waste – a full pot.
But what do you do with the plastic left over from a single cup of coffee from one of these popular drinks? That’s a question that the kids at Bridgewater-Raynham High School recently tackled in a recent program to help students learn about the elements of product packaging and recycling.
We won’t give away their results, other than to say that the recent story from Boston.com shows students and readers how to recycle every part of a single coffee cup packages, as well as the grounds used in the drink. Check out the big brains over at Bridgewater-Raynham.