(RNS) The Rev. Scott Lively runs a Bible study four mornings a week at Holy Grounds Coffee House in Springfield, Mass. His Abiding Truth Ministries provides meals and movies for the homeless and hosts about 45 people at Sunday services. Show More Summary
(Photos: Chris Stuart (Baguetteaboudit); Yuting (Snakes and Lattes); Phocion Bryer (The Donut Whole); Noah (The Human Bean) See our ultimate crowdsourced map of punny businesses in America. America’s coffee shops aren’t trying to stump...Show More Summary
When you are groggy, just waking up in the morning, it’s hard to gauge what type of person you’re going to be. Some days you are the person who springs forth into the morning with stars in your eyes and rainbows trailing behind you, and others you are the Grumpus, hater of all things. It is more often than not the latter that will make an appearance, and makes a...
trip report by besthike editor Rick McCharles Morning coffee. These curious (and common) ground birds dropped by. Are they Chukar partridge? Sergei packs up his small cycling tent. We were surprised when a Tibetan woman appeared asking for 150 rupees … Continue reading ?
London startup Bio-bean's first offering will involve recycling coffee grounds from local coffee shops into biomass pellets for home heating Recycling Coffee Grounds Into Home Heating Pellets was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Drinking coffee out of a mug made of coffee might be the most meta thing ever And now, it's a reality 3D printing filament manufacturer 3Dom, with biocomposite developer c2renew, has produced the world's first 3D printing filament made...Show More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kY5equ2yxFM 3D printing is unstoppable lately, yet eco-conscious consumers are left with the question “yeah, but is it sustainable?” With many materials being made from plastic and other non-recyclable matter, an a
London-based Bio-bean's first product offering will involves collecting used coffee grounds and processing them into biomass pellets for home heating The post London Startup Plans To Heat Homes With Used Coffee Grounds appeared first on Sustainablog.
3Dom has produced a sustainable, biocomposite 3D printing material from the byproducts of coffee. The post The latest 3D printing filament is made of waste coffee grounds appeared first on Springwise.
Most of us know the benefits of a cup of coffee to start our day, but it turns out leftover coffee grounds, normally chucked in the bin, can be used to power more than just our bodies. Researchers at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea have found that coffee grounds... Show More Summary
Java, joe, brew, go juice, cuppa - there are many names for the dark elixir that brings life to the morning hours and caps off a festive evening with friends. Coffee is an integral part of the daily routine for people in much of the world, and its comes
Coffee grounds are not exactly noxious despoilers of the environment, but many millions of tons of them are generated every year and simply disposed of with other vegetable matter and food waste. Now, researchers have devised a way to utilize this innocuous waste product to get rid of a much more dangerous one. Show More Summary
Some day soon your obsolete gadgets could be as compostable as banana peels and spent coffee grounds. Researchers from the Young Investigator Network at Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) in Germany are developing printed electronics...Show More Summary
As if coffee isn't amazing enough already. A team of researchers—who, yes, got the idea over a cup of coffee—are reporting in the journal Nanotechnology that soaking spent coffee grounds in potassium hydroxide and then heating the grounds in a furnace creates a material that can store up...
Norway's capital is ground zero for amazing coffee. Here's where to find it. This decade's trendiest coffee comes from Oslo, where dedicated roasters, world champion baristas, and other drink fanatics obsess over progressive brew methods,...Show More Summary
3Dom's Wound Up filament works with most 3D printers and makes use of recycled coffee grounds
By Debora Greger Is it peace, Is it a philosopher's honeymoon, one finds On the dump? --Wallace Stevens Out of the cracks of cups and their handles, missing, the leaves unceremoniously tossed, unread, from a stubble of coffee groundShow More Summary
Video"Only Rectify would end an episode with characters literally watching paint dry." That one-line comes from writer Kate Powers, who helped to write last week's episode 305. She's too modest to add that Rectify is the only show on television with the audacity--and the chops--to pull something like that off. And [...]
Entrepreneur Todd Carmichael has traveled to the furthest corners of the globe to source the very best coffee the world has to offer – while also elevating the way America experiences its favorite brew.
We caught up with bio-bean, the company that industrialized the process of recycling waste coffee grounds into advanced biofuels.