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Shop Recyclable* K-Cup? Pods by looking for the green recyclable* symbol on the variety on Keurig.com, or for the recyclable* flag on the box at retail.

How to Recycle K-Cup? Pods*
Recycling our #5 Plastic Pods is Simple!

Did you know that you and
#5 plastic are old friends?

High #5

When we discovered that most communities
have access to recycling, it was clear that a
pod made from recyclable* polypropylene #5
plastic was the best solution for today's
market. And of course, #5 still gave us the
ability to deliver the great-tasting coffee
you've come to expect.

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Questions about Recyclable* K-Cup? Pods?
Read our FAQs

The Road to Recyclability

2016

The first recyclable* K-Cup? pods are ready to brew

2017

The recyclable*
K-Cup? pod is launched in Canada

2018

As of 2018, 100% of K-Cup? pods produced in Canada are recyclable*

2019

Rolling launch of the recyclable*
K-Cup? pod in the U.S. begins

2020

All K-Cup? pods will be recyclable* by the end of 2020

*Please check locally. K-Cup? pods are not yet recyclable in all communities.