Inspired by what he saw at a Guatemalan coffee farms, Rich Bruins created Coffee Coals: charcoal briquettes made from used coffee grounds.
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London-based Bio-bean’s first product offering will involves collecting used coffee grounds and processing them into biomass pellets for home heating.
British non-profit Re-Worked turns coffee grounds from businesses into furniture that those same businesses can use in their work spaces.
Last week, Nikhil Arora of Back to the Roots reached out to me about his company’s signature product, a kit for growing oyster mushrooms at home (in a mere ten days… much quicker that, say, shiitake mushrooms!). I’ve been traveling, so we haven’t had a chance to talk beyond quick emails, but I did get […]
I have found few things as rewarding as spending time in the garden, listening to the birds chatter, and to see little flying things moving around the leaves of home grown fruits and vegetables. Halfway through a wet Australian Summer, my garden is in excellent condition, from the topsoil to the tips of the sunflowers… […]