Podback welcomes four new members to coffee pod recycling service

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Used coffee pods can be collected through kerbside recycling schemes in certain councils as part of the Podback service | Credit: Podback
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Used coffee pods can be collected through kerbside recycling schemes in certain councils as part of the Podback service | Credit: Podback

Four independent brands are the latest to join the flagship service, which sees used coffee pods collected and transformed into aluminium ingots

Four independent coffee brands have joined the flagship coffee pod recycling scheme, Podback, in a bid to further boost recycling rates for the ubiqitous product. The scheme this morning announced Artisan...

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