25 Apr '16, 11am

Bio-Bean Makes Eco-Friendly Pellet Fuel From Coffee Grounds

Kay did some research. He discovered that coffee has a higher caloric content than wood. So he decided to give up his career as a budding young architect and start turning coffee grounds into fuel pellets. Today, his company — Bio-Bean — collects more than 10 million pounds of coffee grounds a year. Once pressed and processed, they are burned in furnaces that heat factories, office buildings, and airports. Kay’s Bio-Beans are carbon neutral and cost less than traditional fuels like oil and natural gas.

Full article: http://gas2.org/2016/04/25/bio-bean-makes-eco-friendly-pe...

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