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The same goes for people searching for ‘is tassimo going out of business 2017’.
So why are folk all of a sudden worrying about this? In an effort to reduce waste and as part of a green procurement drive, the German city of Hamburg has banned coffee pods, and thus coffee pod machines, from all state-run buildings.
Nespresso commented on Hamburg’s decision to remove their products from the city’s state-run buildings, saying that the decision allowed them Nespresso runs its own recycling programme which covers 31 countries and 14,000 capsule collection points.
Presently they have the capacity to recycle over 80% of used capsules and it is aiming to increase this to 100% by 2020.
We in Hamburg thought that these shouldn’t be bought with taxpayers’ money.
– Jan Dube, Hamburg Department of the Environment and Energy The manufacturers know that in todays world, this is a problem and are doing what they can to support green initiatives.
We have noticed more and more people visiting our site looking for information on Tassimo pods or T-discs and specifically wether they are being phased out or if Tassimo is going out of business or being discontinued.
We found this intriguing and so thought we would present the facts to help answer some of your questions.
Another change under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 has more affluent seniors paying more for their Part B Deductible in 2018.
Likewise, Tassimo UK have teamed up with Terra Cycle to help with the mountain of waste created from your used pods.
You can find out more information on the Tassimo UK website – https:// or sign-up with Terra Cycle and start collecting the empty pods today.
According to Hamburg’s senator for the environment, they are hoping that their initiative will have a knock on effect for how individuals view coffee capsules.
But given how we are all recycling at home and in the office and the recycling programmes created and promoted by both Nespresso and Tassimo, coffee capsules are not going anywhere, any time soon.
With an aging block of insureds, rates will have to increase. It’s believed by having the Medicare beneficiary pay the deductible themselves, they’ll think twice before seeing the doctor.