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Roadchef recycling coffee grounds to reduce its environmental impact

Roadchef, the UK’s leading motorway service operator, has partnered with bio-bean – the first ever business to recycle waste coffee grounds into biofuel on...

Coffee grounds poised to power future for sustainable transport, fashion

Your morning cup of java could be good for more than just a caffeine buzz — Shell and Vancouver-based sustainable clothing company LEZÉ the...

Shell, bio-bean and coffee drinkers to help power London’s buses

LONDON. UK – Shell and bio-bean announce that together they are helping to power some of London’s buses using a biofuel made partly from...

Railway station coffee recycling scheme receives national recognition

LONDON, UK – An innovative coffee recycling partnership between Network Rail and bio-bean, which has prevented an estimated 5,000 tonnes of CO2 from entering the atmosphere since April 2015, has received national recognition at the UK’s most prestigious green business awards.

Your daily coffee habit could contribute to a carbon neutral fuel

50,000 tonnes of coffee grounds will be turned into clean-burning and carbon neutral biomass pellets in the UK this year by the startup Bio-Bean....

London’s mayor launches green scheme to power office buildings from morning coffees

LONDON, UK - Coffee shops fuelling Londoners’ morning caffeine fix will also be helping to power office buildings and supermarkets, under a new capital-wide...

UK’s biggest rail stations adopt Bio-bean Project

Network Rail have signed an agreement with Bio-bean, an award winning green energy company that uses coffee waste and converts it into advanced biofuels....

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