Category Archives: Coffee Recycling

Is it a British thing?

Are we too lazy to take advantage of coffee refill options or is it something far more cultural? Whether it’s a 25p reduction from Costa, Pret’s sizeable 50p discount on hot beverages or Gregg’s more modest 20p concession, there’s a lot to be said for bringing your own coffee cup. With the UK’s coffee consumption…
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Coffee Unpacked

Coffee…. It’s what gets us going in the mornings. Welcome to your education in coffee, there is so much more to it than just the drink. Let’s start at the beginning, the coffee. I’m sure as we all know looking for the Rainforest Alliance stickers or Fairtrade symbols makes a difference, but why not go…
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Coffee: A New Energy Source?

Hands up who can’t even begin to function without a coffee in the mornings?? If that’s you (well even if it’s not you) then read on… Whether brewed at your favourite coffee shop or made home, it’s one of the world’s biggest industries, the UK alone spent £9.6bn in 2017 and coffee is the second…
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Cawleys and bio-bean team up to turn waste coffee into a burning success.

Cawleys has recently teamed up with bio-bean, a clean technology company which turns used coffee grounds into a range of products, including Coffee Logs. Together the businesses are working to help all companies that consume coffee across the South East to recycle their waste coffee grounds into a product with a useful second life. Here…
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Cawleys and bio-bean team up to turn waste coffee into a burning success.

Cawleys has recently teamed up with bio-bean, a clean technology company which turns used coffee grounds into a range of products, including Coffee Logs. Together the businesses are working to help all companies that consume coffee across the South East to recycle their waste coffee grounds into a product with a useful second life. Here…
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What amazing rubbish in the newspapers today!

No wonder the public is confused about recycling when our national newspapers print such confusing rubbish about what can and can’t be recycled. If you read this story in The Sun today, you would think that cans, glass jars, and coffee cups can’t be recycled: https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/6293756/6-items-supermarket-contain-plastic/ Under a photo of six items including crisps, a…
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