It’s no surprise that some 2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed per day around the world. The shocking part? That number could equate to over 140 million disposable filters, which means the depletion of nearly 1.5 million trees and the creation of 433,000 cubic yards of trash. The good news is there are eco-friendly, reusable filters like these from CoffeeSock, which are made with certified organic cotton.
Not only is cotton more efficiently renewable than plastic, metal, or paper, but it also helps make a better-tasting hot brew. That’s
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CoffeeSock® is a family owned company, est. 2011. All of our products are designed and made by hand in Austin, Texas. All Of Our Filters Out-Perform Any Comparable Disposable And Reusable Filters.
Why not paper filters? 2.25 Billion Cups Of Coffee Are Consumed Globally Every Day. Assuming That At Least 1/3 Of Those Cups Are Currently Made With Paper Filters In 8 Cup Batches, 750 Million Paper Filters Are Being Made And Discarded, Each And Every Day. 275 Billion Per Year. It Takes The Equivalent Of 1.5 Million Trees To Make That Many Filters An
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