Compostable Coffee Pods to Revolutionize Industry, Lessen Footprint
They are made using the patented plant-based single-layer materials
Coffee pods have a bad reputation for their weak sustainability quotient. They not only leave a massive carbon footprint during coffee production but also due to their impact after disposing of – as they are difficult to recycle and decompose. To reduce this environmental impact, Metropolis Coffee Co. has come up with completely compostable coffee pods.
It is the very first company to make co-packer pods that are compatible with Nespresso machines. With this, Metropolis aims to rule over the US coffee capsule market while keeping landfill waste away. According to Tony Dreyfuss, founder and president of Metropolis Coffee Co, they are not the first firm to come up with capsules for the US market.
But they are the first ones to bring completely sustainable capsules to the US market. It means that everyone can enjoy their coffee anytime, anywhere they like, without worrying about the ecological footprint.
These sustainable coffee pods are made using patented plant-based materials with a patented oxygen barrier. With the infusion of technology, these coffee pods have a shelf life of 24 months. The company is now investing around $1 million for its sustainable packaging, as well as filling machinery.
The firm is sure of producing around 300,000 packages of compostable coffee pods every day. It means they can produce around 90 million of them per year.
They won’t even mind creating coffee capsule packages for other brands as well. It means that everyone may benefit from the company’s sustainable capsule technology. More and more companies need to focus on recycling the coffee pods they are selling.
However, more private delivery companies and local authorities have to offer the necessary infrastructure for it. If managed well, there is a good scope for sustainable coffee pods with no negative impact on the environment.