With the coming of spring and (fingers crossed!) the warmer weather, we have some exciting news in line with the changing season: We are thrilled to announce that GoJava has officially launched its second location servicing the Ottawa area! Slowly, but surely, we will be bringing our practice of recycling coffee pods and Zero Waste Solutions to more cities, and are happy the journey is beginning in our nation's capital! #watchoutworld
If you know of any offices in Ottawa that could use our services, we would love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
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We're very excited to announce that we have partnered with Oxford Properties to offer Oxford tenants and the general public an opportunity to recycle their coffee pods! (e.g. Keurig, Tassimo, Nespresso, etc.)
GoJava will be onsite at various Oxford Properties locations in Toronto, handing our free coffee and collecting used coffee pods for recycling!
Join us, and bring your pods!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 14, 2016
Toronto, ON –
You’ve heard the stats and seen the headlines, single-serve coffee pods such as Keurig and Tassimo have become very popular but have resulted in a colossal amount of waste clogging our landfills. Finally, a Toronto start-up is doing something about it. GoJava.ca will recycle your coffee pods for free!
Municipal and private recycling programs don’t recycle your coffee pods. Why? Because recycling the little capsules requires separating the coffee grounds from the plastic casing. Once the materials are separated, the coffee can be easily composted, and with some creativity, the...
There seems to be some confusion out there about how to spell our company's name. The url is hard to get wrong: GoJava.ca
But the name, when you punch it into google and try to search for coffee, coffee pods, or coffee pod recycling, is important to get right. So for the record, it is GoJava and not Go Java. If you do type in Go Java into google, you're going to have a bit of a tough time finding us.
Hopefully this helps!
GoJava, not Go Java :)