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 …
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.
Another day, another coffee grounds survey!
The question is – What would you pay for a .5 kilo bag of coffee fertilizer?
How the Collingwood Children’s Farm and Collecting and Composting their used coffee grounds.
Struggling to find a reliable place to collect coffee grounds? Read on – your plants will love you for it!
Some of the best spent coffee grounds are made by fully auto espresso machines. They are generally coarser and dryer than the spent grounds your barista will make, and they tend to break down quicker in a compost. The larger particle size allows for more trapped air pockets, and micro organisms make use of that …
Research into coffee grounds has been going on for a very long time – and Ground to Ground is showcasing one of the many academic papers looking into the reuse of coffee grounds, this one being for composting.
Coffee Grounds are given a second chance thanks to the Compost Coalition group. Go on and give them a hand, collect some coffee grounds to make a very special soil for plants.
Time to publish results of the third coffee grounds survey posted onto Ground to Ground. The question is – Want to collect coffee grounds but can’t coz… 38% – Asked the Coffee Shop and they said NO! 24% – Grounds are too heavy to carry home 22% – No coffee shop nearby 8% – Don’t …