What Biodegradable Really Means

When talking about the environment, you hear the word biodegradable tossed around quite a bit. Even though it has something to do with the environment, what does that really mean?

Biodegradable means that the product or material will break down quickly, leaving nothing behind that’s harmful. There are certain items that will break down, such as food that has not been treated with chemicals, and something most people use every day: paper. Other biodegradable items include wood, cotton, human and animal waste, and vegetable-oil based soaps. Many companies are using biodegradable packaging for products, which helps reduce environmental impact. For the most part, society relies on non-biodegradable products that get piled onto a garbage dump.

Does your organization use biodegradable products? There is a growing trend of offices that use biodegradable products in their break rooms to lessen their carbon impact on the environment. This is a socially responsible move. Partnering with an organization that can provide the best products to handle this task is key.

With their CX3 brewer, the BostonbeaN Coffee Company can offer fresh-roasted, biodegradable pods that brew beverages in under 1 minute, with no break in between brewing cycles. These pods include: light roasts, medium roasts, dark roasts, flavored selections, decaffeinated selections and a tea selection. They also offer a selection of biodegradable breakroom products including napkins, paper towels, and hot and cold cups. Being able to make a positive contribution to society, and help employees become environmentally conscious makes a difference.

The Fresh Cup is BostonbeaN’s specially made coffee brewer, which offers one-touch brew activation, requires no break between brewing cycles, offers hot water dispensing, and quietly brews and ejects biodegradable coffee and tea pods. Equipped with an internal bin that holds up to 50 used pods, you can’t go wrong.

For more information on making the switch to biodegradable breakroom products, contact the team at BostonbeaN today!

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