Green Caffeen has officially launched across the Hunter region! In partnership with the Hunter JO, through our Small Acts, Big Change program, 47 cafes from across the region had signed up to the program in time for its official launch on Wednesday 10 March, with numbers continuing to grow!
Green Caffeen’s reusable cup scheme makes being eco-friendly a simple choice for coffee drinkers. Consumers simply need to download the Green Caffeen app and sign up, then get your reusable cup from a participating café. Enjoy your cup of coffee, then return the cup to any Green Caffeen café. And as long as you return the cup within 30 days, it’s completely free to use. It’s like the library for coffee cups.
“The Hunter region is going circular – we’re working towards transitioning to a circular economy to reduce waste to landfill and innovate in industry. Single-use coffee cups don’t fit the bill when it comes to a reuse economy, so we’ve partnered with swap-and-go pioneers Green Caffeen to help Hunter cafes and communities make their next cup of coffee circular!” said Bob Pynsent, Hunter JO Chair and Mayor, Cessnock City Council.
To read more about the Hunter JO’s partnership with Green Caffeen, read our Media Release here.
To find out more about Green Caffeen, click here.