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Are coffee beans the answer to fueling transport as well as people?

LONDON, UK – An environmentally minded entrepreneur has said that he wants all buses to run on coffee. This would if applicable, make most major cities buses self-sufficient in fuel. Could it really be done though? A bus that can run on coffee? Does this environmentalist also believe in hemp products? Now, now!

Coffee cup fee could cut use by 300 million annually, says university study

LONDON, UK – Use of around 300 million disposable coffee cups could be cut if a charge was introduced for consumers, a new study has fund. The use of disposable coffee cups could be reduced by 50 – 300 million annually according to research announced today by leading coffee roaster Bewley's.

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...

Starbucks follows Costa with in-store coffee cup recycling bins

Coffee giant Starbucks has announced the launch of a new in-store paper cup recycling bin aimed at encouraging customers to return take-way cups back...

What can be done to reduce disposable coffee cup waste & increase recycling

In Great Britain alone, 8 million takeaway coffees are bought every day. That’s a lot of coffee. It’s also a lot of cups (not...

Where do our coffee cups really end up?

In the UK, we have got used to getting "What we want, when we want it." So began Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s latest instalment of his...

Trending: flexible plastic pouches, coffee cups ready for recycling

LONDON - Earlier this year, Chef-turned-waste-activist Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall drew attention to the huge problem of coffee cup waste. He claimed that in the U.K., less...

Germans support deposit system for coffee capsules

A recent poll has found that a majority of Germans would welcome a deposit scheme to boost recycling of coffee capsules to lessen their...

Criticism over coffee cup waste leads to Starbucks discount

by Hannah Furlong*A successful campaign led by chef-turned

UK firm calls on coffee brands to cut coffee cup waste

Big coffee brands should increase their focus on bio-based and biodegradable materials to stop the growing UK problem of coffee cup waste, manufacturer Biome...

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