Waste Coffee Ground Is Recycled To Power Lodon city

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How Waste Coffee Ground Is Recycled

1. Waste coffee grounds

London’s coffee shops and instant coffee factories produce over 200,000 tonnes of coffee waste every year. Currently this waste is incinerated, sent to AD plants or disposed of in landfill, releasing harmful Green House Gases and contributing to the UK’s waste crisis.

2. Collected

Bio-bean uses a sophisticated coffee waste ground recycling infrastructure to collect this waste and transport it to their local processing plant.

3. Recycled into bio-fuel

Bio-bean uses an innovative, patented technique to process this waste into two Advanced Biofuel products, namely biomass pellets and biodiesel.

4. Powering London

Bio-bean sells these Advanced Biofuels to London’s businesses where they are used for powering buildings and transport. bio-bean’s fuels are highly calorific and 100% carbon-neutral. Their bio-fuel products provide a cheap, clean and locally produced alternative to conventional fuels.

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photo credit: www.bio-bean.com

About Bio-Bean and Founders

Arthur Kay and Benjamin Harriman are the founders of Bio-Bean. Their social missions for Bio-Bean is to reduce landfill through waste, reduce fossil fuels and reduce methane production.

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