Very nice to see the ground to ground logo on a home espresso machine. Do you think it looks as lovely as I do?
And the close up of the coffee ground logo.
So my friends, with the normal usage of this one machine, we are going to be returning about 35 kilos of used coffee grounds every year. That’s a fair amount for a single machine, and if you added up all the hundreds of thousands of espresso machines out there, you end up with heaps of ground coffee. All of this can go straight back into the earth, ground to ground style.
As I have mentioned previously, it is hard to know how to make a real difference, how do you see the outcome of those choices?
This is one of those things that you can experience very easily. Just take the grounds into your garden, and watch.
What Others Are Reading
- The Ground to Ground Primer – Coffee Grounds for the Garden (groundtoground.org)
- Coffee Grounds for Compost and Fertilizer (groundtoground.org)
- Collecting Coffee Grounds in the Office (groundtoground.org)