Share your Best #tbt and Win a Nespresso Machine!
Nespresso's capsules are recyclable. What if all your best memories could be recyclable too?
Let’s talk about coffee. I start my mornings with an oat milk latte. Hehe, that sounds very “lifestyle” of me, but it’s true. Then I down shots of espresso throughout the day to keep my energy levels up.
I’ve given this behavior a lot of thought. Buying a take away latte on my way to work, well I’m not gonna lie–it’s nice!–but I decided a couple of years ago that it’s not justifiable. Neither for my budget nor the environment.
Instead I got a coffee machine for my house, and a genius aluminium take away cup. (The cup is with me even when I don’t have time to make coffee at home–so that when I do buy take away coffee, I’ll ask to get it poured in my cup instead of in a paper cup.)
When it comes to bean flavors, I’m not very loyal– I’m happy as long as the coffee is sustainably produced.
When Nespresso asked me to present a competition with them, I said yes because it’s about recycling. An important issue, obviously, and one that I care about.
Nespresso works with questions of recycling, and their coffee capsules are 100 percent recyclable. (It’s up to you to make sure to recycle them though–don’t forget.)
Now to the competition:
Imagine if everything qualitative would be recyclable? Like that perfect surf wave in Biarritz last month, or that concert with Reigning Sound earlier this summer?
Share your best #tbt moment on Instagram – a qualitative memory that you would love to re-live. Hashtag #recycling and #whatelse and you’re in the running to become an owner of a Nespresso machine–and a recycling bin!
And don’t miss @nespressosverige on Instagram, where the finalists will be presented. Full terms and conditions on nespresso.se.
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