Paper Coffee Cup Looks like Stainless Steel Travel Mug
We don't advocate throwing away your travel mug each time you use it, but this travel mug is made of paper instead of stainless steel. Made to look like a conventional travel mug, these paperboard made cups are meant to seem like the perfect on the go coffee cup. We're not sure if they are recyclable, but we really hope they are.
At 12 Oz Metro KX2 Paper Coffee Cup and Lid
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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 13, 2007 2:19 PM
Conventional disposable coffee cups are NOT recyclable due to the wax-like film that coats them. Though some products are engineered to compos, they still cannot be recycled. I work for a recycling department and I can assure everyone that they cannot be recycled; they will end up in a landfill. The only solution is to drink out of a reusable travel mug.
The lid can be recycled, and the cup is biodegradeable. These cups also remove the need for a cup sleeve, further reducing the paper used.