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New process improves production of biodiesel from coffee waste

LONDON, UK – Purpose-grown crops used to produce biodiesels are expensive, and consume much-needed water and land that could be used to grow food. Spent coffee grounds have a high calorific value and could be used as an alternative, more environmentally-friendly biofuel feedstock.

One cup wonder: a quick guide on how to reuse old coffee grounds

MILAN – DYour cup of joe can do more than perk you up in the morning. From exfoliating your face to removing dirt from tiles, used coffee grounds are useful in more ways than one. Here is a quick guide on how to reuse old coffee grounds from Frances Bloomfield of Natural News.

Canadian students turning coffee grounds into fuel for refugees

University of Toronto students are using refuse to help refugees. Students from the business and engineering programs have partnered to build Moto, a fuel...

Costa’s coffee grounds brew circular economy success

From frothy lattes to intense espressos, coffee sales are worth almost $9.92 billion to the U.K. economy, with the market growing at 10 percent...

Coffee-infused foam removes lead from contaminated water

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the U.S., which makes for a perky population — but it also creates a lot...

Company recycles coffee grounds into durable coffee cups

German company Kaffeeform combines dried coffee grounds and biopolymer to create stylish-looking coffee cups and saucers that are not only durable and dishwasher-safe, but...

Starbucks Japan finds innovative ways to recycle coffee grounds

It started with a dilemma. In 2010, Yoshihito Nakagawa (in the picture), supply chain division manager for Starbucks, was tasked with finding new ways...

Cafe to construction site: coffee grounds can be used to build roads

Here's another reason to enjoy that morning coffee: the used grounds can be used in road-building materials. Engineers from China, Thailand and Australia developed...

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....

Using coffee drift as fertilizer good for gardeners and environment

What was once rubbish left after brewing a crater of coffee is now being sole as a chemical-free nitrogen source to vehement gardeners. “They’re...

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