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Keurig K-Cup Recycling Program that Turns Coffee Pods into Cement Looks to Expand

Keurig K-Cup Recycling Program that Turns Coffee Pods into Cement Looks to Expand

A B.C. program that recycles Keurig coffee K-Cups into cement has been so successful that it may expand into Alberta.

The Lafarge cement plant in Kamloops, B.C. turned about 1.4 million K-Cups into cement last year, after teaming up with Van Houtte Coffee Services, which collects the used pods for recycling.

"I think we've been fairly successful here," said Eric Isenor, the plant's manager.

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