Green Café Practices: Pekoe Sip House in Boulder, Colorado.

Via on Mar 22, 2010

Pekoe Sip House: showing that, neatly and without a big hassle, you can green your café. Kudos!

Click here for more on why “biodegradable” corn cups may not be so eco-responsible, after all.

Paul Cattin, owner, with an unidentified extremely famous friend (okay, Dr. Andrew Weil)
Paul Cattin, owner, with an unidentified extremely famous friend (okay, Dr. Andrew Weil)

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One Response to “Green Café Practices: Pekoe Sip House in Boulder, Colorado.”

  1. That's why Boulder rules.

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