K-Cups are those little single-serve pods people use for their coffee and they're super popular. So, what's the big deal? Most of their cups are made from non-recyclable plastics and many of those end up in landfills. Production company Egg Studios made a pretty powerful video highlighting this problem.
Watch the action-packed K-Cup earth invasion below.
We can't feel bad about everything and we can't fix every problem, but this is kind of a big one considering Keurig sold 30 billion cups between January 2014 and September 2014 alone.
According to Keurig's website, they plan on making 100% of their K-Cup packs recyclable by 2020. We'll be super happy if they do. We guess that's what happens when customers demand green products.