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Starbucks Creates Skinny Rain And Foamy Seas

by | 6th, October 2008

STARBUCKS’ coffee drones are required to leave the taps on all day in their shops.

“In STARBERKS”, the Sun leads with news that the coffee chain “wastes 23 million litres of water a day”. How so?

“That would be enough to fill an Olympic Swimming pool every 83 minutes.” Although, given the impending London 2012 Olympic Games, that represent not a waste but an investment in the country’s future.

Of course, Starbucks pays for its water, and Sun readers may have heard whispers of the water cycle, in which water that goes down the plug hole magically finds its was backs into the seas or the sky, from where it falls as skinny rain.

As readers look at the rain falling, the Sun says that every Starbucks branch has a tap which runs into a “dipper well”, used for the washing of spoons and “utensils”.

Each day this water “is the daily water

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