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Blue Bottle Coffee is pledging to make all of its United States cafes “zero waste” by the end of 2020. “We are proud to announce an experiment that may not…

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twiice edible cup Air New Zealand

If you’re looking for one of the world’s most progressive efforts towards reducing disposable coffee cup waste, you may need to set your sights on the sky. Already serving more…

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Tandem Coffee Portland

In an effort to reduce its own contributions to the waste stream, Portland, Maine-based Tandem Coffee Roasters has dropped drink prices by 25 cents at both its retail locations, while…

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disposable coffee cups

City officials in the coffee-loving city of Berkeley, California, have passed an ordinance requiring businesses to charge a 25 cent fee for single-use paper cups. The hardest line drawn to-date…

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Costco and JBR Inc., the Roseville, California-based company that does business as San Francisco Bay Gourmet Coffee, have agreed to jointly pay $500,000 in the settlement of a consumer protection lawsuit…

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hemingway coffee detroit

A new coffee venture with ties to the environmental conservationist legacy of famed American novelist Ernest Hemingway has launched in Detroit. Hemingway Coffee vows to “become the most conservation-conscious coffee…

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Since the nonprofit Radio Lifeline launched its Black Earth Project in 2012 — involving the use of biochar as a soil amendment for coffee — the returns have been overwhelmingly…

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compostable coffee bag.

Despite sustainability in general being at the forefront of so many coffee companies’ marketing pitches, there have persisted some dirty little non-recyclable, non-biodegradable and non-compostable secrets that quietly slip under…

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Hills Bros. photo showing JavaCycle garden fertilizer.

Reuses of many kinds have been explored for coffee grounds, the nitrogen-rich, nearly-pH-neutral byproduct of coffee brewing, and even for coffee pulp, the natural byproduct of coffee production at the origin…

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coffee_filament

There seems to be a renaissance of coffee wastestream products lately, from spent-coffee charcoal for barbecues to coffee-based paper in to-go cup sleeves. Research continues into spent coffee’s potential as…

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