Note: I am unable to determine the provenance of this image -- it appears in numerous places on the web without attribution.
It might be better for you if it were made from dirt.
The general decaffeination processes includes soaking the still green coffee beans in hot water (160-210 degrees Fahrenheit) and then some sort of solvent or activated carbon is used to extract/dissolve the caffeine. The solvents typically used are methylene chloride or ethyl acetate.
That's one "like" in this thread -- for Carl's comment!