Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Would you use the new reusable ‘Good to Go’ coffee cups offered in DUMBO?

No matter how environmentally friendly they try to be, there’s a huge built-in waste component to coffee shops with the whole disposable cup aspect. The more successful a coffee shop is, the more paper to-go cups you’re selling that will end up in landfills or the subway tracks or a recycling plant at best. But now in DUMBO, a team of students have introduced the concept of plastic reusable coffee cups that you give back to the coffee shop when you’re done. On the one hand, it costs $5 to get a cup and you have to carry the lid around with you. On the other hand, you can skip the line at participating shops and get 25 cents off, so would you throw down for one of these? The Good to Go cups have been introduced as a pilot program in DUMBO at the Brooklyn Roasting Company, to see… Read More


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