Because a Nespresso cup of coffee is about great taste but is also a great way to make a difference. Each seed is a chance to empower communities and protect the environment, and each sip is proof that these sustainable practices help us reach superior coffee quality now, and for future generations to come.
Through the AAA Sustainable Quality™ Program, Nespresso supports coffee farmers to adopt and improve practices, increasing the resilience of farming communities and landscapes, while protecting the future supply of high-quality coffee.
The looming climate crisis demands urgent, concrete actions. In response, Nespresso has committed to offering all consumers a carbon neutral cup of coffee by the end of 2022.
Through the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) we are committed to the responsible sourcing and usage of aluminium, bringing positive impacts to biodiversity, communities and our climate.
WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR USED NESPRESSO COFFEE CAPSULES?
STEP 1 - Call our customer service team on 1800 818 668 or go online to order your recycling bags. Product code: 8.429.425
STEP 2 - Once the bags are full call us again to arrange collection. You will need to provide the number of bags for collection on the call. Product code: 99.991.162
NOW LEAVE THE REST TO US
STEP 3 - Bags collected from our customers and taken by our fleet to the nearest Regional Distribution Centre or Dublin National Distribution Centre. Bags can also be collected directly by FSM (Food Surplus Management) (Permit Number NWCPO-16-11763-01)
STEP 4 - Nespresso Coffee Capsules are taken by FSM (Food Surplus Management) to their site in Trim, Co. Meath. All materials are segregated (coffee, aluminium and plastic bags.)
STEP 5 - Coffee goes through anaerobic digestion process at Greenville Energy Ltd. in Co. Tyrone (License Number LN/16/49) generating electricity and fertilisers. Aluminium is recycled at St. Margaret’s Recycling and Transfer Centre Ltd. in Co. Dublin (Waste Permit Number WFP-FG-13-0002-02). Plastic bags are recycled at Leinster Environmental (Waste Permit Number WFP-LH-11-0002-02) in Co. Louth.
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