New recycling service targets vending machine coffee cups

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The recycling scheme was developed via a partnership between Selecta and Veolia. Image courtesy of Selecta
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The recycling scheme was developed via a partnership between Selecta and Veolia. Image courtesy of Selecta

Scheme developed in partnership with Veolia will see millions of coffee cups collected from trains stations, schools, and hospitals around the UK

Vending machine manufacturer Selecta has launched a new coffee cup recycling service, which aims to transform millions of cups every week into recycled fibre goods such as packaging for perfumes and colognes,...

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