Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages. Over 2.25 billion cups or mugs of java are imbibed each and every day. Although large nations are split between coffee and tea, America is clearly in the coffee column. More than half of U.S. adults enjoy at least one cup of Joe per day. The …
Rain hits a tin roof I’m tapping nails on the sill trying to join in
The City of Onkaparinga, South Australia, is using the Ground to Ground model for coffee grounds recycling. This is encouraging other councils and organisations to take advantage of local community interest in the reuse of a valuable resource.
Just picked up a copy of ‘The Biochar Revolution’ from my friends at Earth Garden, and wanted to share at interesting video on the same topic. And keep in mind that spent coffee grounds be used for biochar too
This term 40 sustainability experts have challenged London College of Communication design students to communicate an environmental issue based around the themes for this year’s Green Week – Water, transport, waste, consumption and biodiversity.
Another day, another coffee grounds survey!
The question is – What would you pay for a .5 kilo bag of coffee fertilizer?
FROM: Caffeinate Your Compost There’s nothing like that first cup of morning coffee to us caffeine addicted souls. When I was recently deprived of my daily jolt of Joe to perform some routine medical testing, I realized how much I look forward to that steamy, nectar of the Gods. I guess you could say I like coffee.
How the Collingwood Children’s Farm and Collecting and Composting their used coffee grounds.
Government policy reminds us that we all have a role to play when it comes to environmental sustainability Whether you own a coffee shop or restaurant, or manage a CBD office, the Australian Victorian Government has long seen your organisation as a priority in relation to waste management. The Victorian waste management priority has recently …