Let's Get To Work On Plastic Waste

 

There's plenty of ways to make your morning commute more environmentally friendly. You could travel by scooter, take the bus or carpool with coworkers. But have you considered your coffee cup in that equation? Here’s some simple suggestions to make your morning coffee a little more green.

One way to make your commute more sustainable is to swap your disposable cup for a reusable bottle or tumbler of NESCAFÉ. This way, there’s less waste. Plus, if you get in this habit you may find yourself saving a little extra cash!

Once you’re at work, a great way of cutting down on plastic cups is to use a mug anytime you want a cup of coffee. Tell your colleagues what you’re doing and spread the word. Sustainable practices are like NESCAFÉ, both are better when shared.

The great taste of NESCAFÉ has been powering workdays for decades, but if we can do it with less plastic waste, then we’ll all be working for the good of the environment and a brighter tomorrow.

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