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[#Hash_Tech] Recycling of used coffee grounds A lot of people enjoy coffee these days and it has led to the growing amount of used coffee grounds. On this week’s #Hash_Tech, we introduce various ideas that can recycle spent coffee grounds. First, we introduce a place that produces diversified items with spent coffee grounds. The powder that is mixed with natural ingredients is added to the used coffee grounds based on the optimal mixing ratio. After pouring water and kneading the dough, a thick and sticky texture is created. Coffee clay can be produced into different daily items including pencils and pots. Also, we introduce a special place where consumers an experience the recycling process of spent coffee grounds. When consumers bring used coffee grounds to the market, they can exchange them with coffee clay according to the market price. Also, they can create diversified items with the coffee clay so it has gained popularity among consumers in all ages. We explore different ideas that can boost recycling and reduce wasted coffee grounds. 커피박 활용법 커피를 즐기는 사람들이 늘어나면서 버려지는 커피박도 많아지고 있는 요즘! 이번 주 #Hash_Tech 에서는 바로 그 버려지는 커피박의 다양한 활용법에 대해 알아본다. 첫 번째로 찾은 현장은 커피박을 활용한 재활용품이 제작되고 있다는 현장. 커피박에 천연재료를 혼합한 가루를 반죽해서 기계에 넣으니 쫀득쫀득한 점토 형태로 재탄생된다. 커피 점토는 모양과 형태를 변형하여 연필, 화분 등 다양한 생활소품들로 만들어지는 현장을 직접 확인할 수 있어 눈길을 사로잡는다. 다음은 일반 소비자들이 경험할 수 있는 커피박 재활용의 현장?! 소비자가 집에서 내리고 남은 커피박을 매장으로 가져오면 커피박 시세에 따라 무게당 커피 점토로 교환을 해주는 커피박 교환 매장이 바로 그것이다. 특히 현장에서 교환 받은 점토로 즉석에서 아기자기한 작품을 만들어볼 수 있어 남녀노소를 불문하고 인기를 끌고 있는 상황. 모든 커피박이 재활용될 때까지 달린다! 커피박 쓰레기를 줄이기 위한 다양한 재활용의 현장을 함께, 만나본다. #used_coffee_grounds #pencil #coffee_clay #recycling #coffee_brick #fourth_industrial_revolution #BizTech_KOREA #Arirang_TV #커피박 #연필 #커피_점토 #재활용 #커피_벽돌 #4차산업혁명 #비즈테크코리아 #아리랑TV
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Kaffeeform, a Berlin-based start-up, has been creating coffee cups from recycled coffee grounds for the past three years. With the help of courier services, the company picks up used coffee grounds from cafés all across Berlin to create these eco-friendly cups. We learn how the founder, Julian Lechner, got started and how he makes his products. For more, visit: 🤍 MORE ENVIRONMENTALISM CONTENT: How Nonrecyclable Plastic Bags Are Being Turned Into Speakers 🤍 How Lobster Shells Could Replace Single-Use Plastic 🤍 How Method Keeps Its Soap Factory Eco-Friendly 🤍 #Coffee #Recycle #TechInsider Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's, gaming, science, digital culture, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 TI on Facebook: 🤍 TI on Instagram: 🤍 TI on Twitter: 🤍 TI on Amazon Prime: 🤍 INSIDER on Snapchat: 🤍 How A Company In Berlin Is Turning Coffee Grounds Into Reusable Cups
[Anchor Lead] Large volumes of used coffee grounds, which were once just thrown away, are now being used as heating fuel for energy-poor families. Let’s find out more. [Pkg] Streets in Korea are literally dotted with numerous coffee shops. With a spike in coffee consumption, the amount of used coffee grounds produced by cafes in a downtown city exceeds 100-thousand tons a year. Just the daily amount is enormous and cafes struggle to deal with the waste. [Soundbite] Lee Eun-jik(Cafe Employee) : "We throw the grounds away with the regular garbage. It's also tough for garbage collectors as the grounds are so heavy." The fees for garbage bags to throw away the coffee grounds amounts to 1.9 million dollars each year. To address this situation, local authorities and environment groups have come up with an idea. For three months, they gathered 36 tons of grounds from 50 coffee shops. Coffee grounds mixed with sawdust and compressed under high temperature and high pressure transform into wonderful heating fuel. Along with pellet heaters, coffee fuel produced this way has been donated to 20 welfare centers in neighborhoods of energy-destitute families. Coffee fuel produces nearly no toxic gas. It also reduces heating bills by some 40 percent compared to heaters using petroleum. [Soundbite] Yoon Tae-hwa(Yeongdeungpo Self-Sufficiency Center, Seoul) : "It's really warm. I fueled the heater since morning and it's gotten so warm. I'm even sweating." Coffee grounds turned into eco-friendly fuel are precious gifts to those in need who want to enjoy a warm winter.
While we all love our delicious cup of morning coffee, this boom in society’s love for coffee has led to an unseen problem. Coffee ground's are currently being taken to landfill. The anaerobic environment in which it is placed allows it to become a greenhouse gas in the form of methane. Methane has 20 times the global warming capacity of CO2! It is estimated globally that 2 billion tons of coffee waste is produced every year. We Recycle Coffee ! Here are 5 Cool Things Made from Recycled Coffee Grounds: TIMESTAMP 00:00 ▶ 0. Intro 00:14 ▶ 1. Bio-bean 03:05 ▶ 2. Kaffeeform 04:37 ▶ 3. Ochis 05:48 ▶ 4. RENS 07:02 ▶ 5. HuskeeCup ● 1. Bio-bean | Biofuels From Coffee Grounds Could Help Power London. London-based company, Bio-bean, hopes to turn left-over coffee grounds into biodiesel for vehicles and biomass pellets to heat buildings. 👉• Bio-bean makes Coffee Logs, a compact fire log made from recycled waste coffee grounds, perfect for burning in domestic wood burners and multi-fuel stoves. Each log contains the grounds from around 25 cups of coffee, collected from businesses across the UK. And not only do Coffee Logs save on harmful greenhouse gas emissions, they also burn efficiently – 20% hotter and longer than kiln-dried wood. They are the perfect fuel for heating your home without heating the planet. 👉• Biodiesel made from used coffee grounds Coffee pellets are said to produce 150 percent more energy than wood pellets Biomass coffee pellets can be used to heat buildings 200,000 tons of coffee waste are produced in London each year. While using recycled coffee grounds to power a car is nothing new, the difference with Bio-bean is its grand ambitions to massively scale up a system of recycling, processing and fueling for a large city, in this case London. Basically, it wants the city’s coffee dispensaries to contribute their leftovers, and then to process the grounds into pellets which can be used to heat homes. ➡️ 🤍 ● 2. Kaffeeform Kaffeeform is a Berlin-based start-up that uses coffee grounds to create reusable coffee cups. The 100% biodegradable, reusable cups are used in coffee shops and restaurants around the city. How Kaffeeform in Berlin is Turning Coffee Grounds Into Recycled Reusable Cups ➡️ 🤍 ● 3. Ochis | First Organic Sunglasses Made of Coffee The World`s First Sunglasses made of Coffee Grounds & Flax. Organic sunglasses made of natural coffee grounds and flax with Polarized Lenses. ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 ● 4. RENS | World's First Waterproof Shoe Made From Coffee Sneaker brand Rens is reducing the fashion sector’s waste levels by making shoes from coffee grounds. Coffee is a big deal. While just a handful of countries dominate production, it’s consumed in vast amounts almost everywhere on the planet: around 2 billion cups are drunk every day. All that coffee produces a lot of waste. Coffee grounds often end up in landfill or being washed into sinks and drains, contributing to the food waste problem – around a third of all food produced is thrown away. ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 ● 5. HuskeeCup | a ceramic alternative made from husk. Huskee's Universal Lid is made from the same material as HuskeeCup itself, thereby saving even more husk waste, and creating even better heat retention! HuskeeCup is a reusable, recyclable cup made from discarded coffee husk. It's chip and crack resistant, and is designed to last years in both cafe and home environments. Engineered to keep your coffee hotter for longer, HuskeeCup is durable and comfortable to hold. It's dishwasher friendly and comes in a range of sizes, with a one-size-fits-all Universal Saucer. ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 #coffee #recycling #ecofriendly Honey Bee by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 彡 Thanks for watching 😊 Make sure to Subscribe 👈, Like 👍, Comment and click the bell to never miss a release ! 🔔 ⭐ 🤍 ⭐ 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
커피를 즐기는 사람들이 늘어나면서 버려지는 커피박도 많아지고 있는 요즘! 이번 주 #Hash_Tech 에서는 바로 그 버려지는 커피박의 다양한 활용법에 대해 알아본다. 첫 번째로 찾은 현장은 커피박을 활용한 재활용품이 제작되고 있다는 현장. 커피박에 천연재료를 혼합한 가루를 반죽해서 기계에 넣으니 쫀득쫀득한 점토 형태로 재탄생된다. 커피 점토는 모양과 형태를 변형하여 연필, 화분 등 다양한 생활소품들로 만들어지는 현장을 직접 확인할 수 있어 눈길을 사로잡는다. 다음은 일반 소비자들이 경험할 수 있는 커피박 재활용의 현장?! 소비자가 집에서 내리고 남은 커피박을 매장으로 가져오면 커피박 시세에 따라 무게당 커피 점토로 교환을 해주는 커피박 교환 매장이 바로 그것이다. 특히 현장에서 교환 받은 점토로 즉석에서 아기자기한 작품을 만들어볼 수 있어 남녀노소를 불문하고 인기를 끌고 있는 상황. 모든 커피박이 재활용될 때까지 달린다! 커피박 쓰레기를 줄이기 위한 다양한 재활용의 현장을 함께, 만나본다. A lot of people enjoy coffee these days and it has led to the growing amount of used coffee grounds. On this week’s #Hash_Tech, we introduce various ideas that can recycle spent coffee grounds. First, we introduce a place that produces diversified items with spent coffee grounds. The powder that is mixed with natural ingredients is added to the used coffee grounds based on the optimal mixing ratio. After pouring water and kneading the dough, a thick and sticky texture is created. Coffee clay can be produced into different daily items including pencils and pots. Also, we introduce a special place where consumers an experience the recycling process of spent coffee grounds. When consumers bring used coffee grounds to the market, they can exchange them with coffee clay according to the market price. Also, they can create diversified items with the coffee clay so it has gained popularity among consumers in all ages. We explore different ideas that can boost recycling and reduce wasted coffee grounds. #커피박 #재활용 BizTech Korea Homepage 비즈테크 코리아 홈페이지 🤍
Here are some of the clever ways to use coffee grounds around the home and garden. You'll never throw away coffee grounds after watching this! Whether you enjoy drinking coffee in the morning or have a secret addiction to lattes, if you clicked on this video, you've likely got some used coffee grounds sitting around in your kitchen. But did you know that those coffee grounds are more than just a by-product of your daily ritual? They're actually pretty useful! So, if you're wondering what to do with used coffee grounds, you'll love this list of DIY life hacks. Coffee grounds have a lot of benefits when used as compost or fertilizer, but they can also be used as a natural insect repellent, natural dye, and even as an odor neutralizer! They're great for cleaning almost anything around the house as well. Check out this video to learn more ways to use used coffee grounds! OTHER VIDEOS TO WATCH: Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Ants In Your House And Garden: 🤍 You’ll Never Throw Away Plastic Bottles After Watching This: 🤍 11 Plants That Repel Mosquitoes And Other Insects: 🤍 Please subscribe for more videos like this! Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
8 Creative Ways To Upcycle Used Coffee Grounds Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world: hot, aromatic, invigorating — what's not to love? And even the used coffee grounds bring something to the mix. So the next time you pull them out of the coffee machine and find yourself headed towards the trash can — hold on! There are so many great ways to make the most out of your used coffee grounds, from beauty hacks to kitchen hacks to decorating hacks, and the list goes on and on! Read on for 8 of the best ways to upcycle your used coffee grounds. Thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe for more DIY crafts & projects, genius life hacks, clever tips & tricks, valuable health hacks, and fun facts: 🤍 Bookmark Article: 🤍 Save on Pinterest: 🤍 1. Refresh Tired Eyes Heat 3 tbsp coconut oil, 2 tbsp almond oil, and 5 tbsp of coffee grounds in a pot and simmer for 30 minutes. Drain the liquid and stir in 2 tbsp coconut oil. Now you have a soothing face mask that will quickly refresh your tired ol' peepers and have you looking like a whole new person in no time. 2. Repair Scratches On Wooden Furniture A DIY varnish made from linseed oil and coffee grounds will expertly conceal any and all unsightly scratches on wooden furniture. Brush the homemade concoction over the scratch in question, give it time to work its magic, and then gently wipe it off with a soft cloth. Be sure to do a test run on an inconspicuous spot first to make sure your mixture is the right shade for your wood. 3. Mask Foot Odor Are stinky feet holding you back? There's a quick fix for that! Put some coffee grounds in a tea bag for loose tea, and place one bag in each shoe. Leave the bags overnight and you'll have odor-free shoes by morning! 4. Neutralize Hand Odor It's not just feet that can get a funky odor, and considering how many strong-smelling items your hands come into contact with on a daily basis, this is a handy tip you're going to want to remember. Coffee grounds neutralize odors, so if you suddenly find a lingering smell on your hands or fingers, just rub coffee grounds on them. 5. Reduce Cellulite If you want to tighten your connective tissues and ditch the dimply skin effect that cellulite causes, all you have to do is make your own soap! Heat glycerin soap in a water bath. Once it's melted, add more coffee grounds. Once the soap turns a brownish-blackish color, pour the liquid into a silicone mold and let it harden. Rub-a-dub-dub, you'll love this scrub! 6. Scour Grease Say goodbye to abrasive chemicals and dangerous cleaning supplies, because all you need are some old coffee grounds! Because coffee grounds make an excellent scouring agent, just mix them together with water, dip a sponge in the mixture, and get to work scrubbing those grimy pots, pans, and appliances that you've been meaning to clean for quite some time. 7. Dye Fabrics If you want to add a certain rustic charm to your dining set, or any other materials you have lying around, you can dye fabrics by simply soaking them in a coffee ground-water mixture for 3 hours. The beige-brown color that they will take on will look absolutely charming as part of your overall table setting. 8. Fertilize Flowers Old coffee grounds contain many minerals that give your plants strength to bloom and grow. From time to time, just add a spoonful of coffee grounds to the soil and watch in amazement as your flowers transform in front of your eyes. There are so many great things you can do with coffee, but arguably the best thing you can do with it is drink it. Not only does it taste great, but it's good for you too! Here are 5 Amazing Benefits Of Drinking Coffee: 🤍 Do you want to see more content like this? Cleverly brings you clever tips, tricks & life hacks to simplify everyday life, so be sure to subscribe, like, and follow us for a first-hand look at new videos that you can share with your family & friends! YouTube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Website: 🤍
We recover spent coffee grounds and find new life for them. One of our breakthrough technologies include making a stiff, hardy, fire-retardant material out of used coffee grounds that is suitable for making furniture and other items. We also work together with other companies and organizations to find innovative and effective ways to to upcycle or recycle used coffee grounds. For more information, please head over to 🤍a1environment.com.sg
Skincare brand UpCircle collects around 100 kilos of coffee grounds from London coffee shops every day and reuses them to make beauty products. Every year, half a million tonnes of coffee grounds are thrown away in the UK and the firm claims to have recycled 400 tonnes to date. But the idea of marketing a beauty product made from "trash" has its challenges, recognizes co-founder of UpCircle Anna Brightman. Interested in licensing this video ? Get in touch 👉 🤍 N.B.: AFP’s services and content are for professional use only
Bio-Bean is a company using coffee waste as an eco-friendly means of heating properties. Report by Sarah Duffy.
One Belgian company is recycling coffee grounds to grow mushrooms, as part of a circular system that aims to eliminate waste. #Mushrooms #Coffee #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Snapchat: 🤍 Boot Camp on Snapchat: 🤍 How Underground Farms Grow Mushrooms In Coffee Grounds | Business Insider
People drink billions of cups of coffee every day, and most of the used grounds end up in landfills. This Ukrainian startup is using some of those leftovers to make eyeglass frames and cases. We visited Kyiv to see how it's kept going despite the war with Russia. For more, visit 🤍 MORE WORLD WIDE WASTE VIDEOS: How Bricks Made From Milk Cartons Can Help Typhoon Victims | World Wide Waste | Business Insider 🤍 6 Companies Turning Clothing Waste Into Businesses | World Wide Waste | Business Insider 🤍 How To Replace Plastic With Avocados, Algae, Mushrooms And Sugarcane | World Wide Waste 🤍 #Coffee #WorldWideWaste #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Snapchat: 🤍 Boot Camp on Snapchat: 🤍 Making Eyeglasses From Coffee Grounds In Ukraine | World Wide Waste | Business Insider
"커피 찌꺼기가 가구로?"...'환경 지킴이' 나선 지자체 The demand for delivery and take out food has soared in the last couple of years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has increased the amount of recyclable trash, but it has also raised awareness of recycling as businesses and local governments lead new recycling campaigns. Lee Eun-jin has the story. Like most coffee shops, this cafe in Seoul's Seongdong-Gu District produces piles of waste coffee grounds. Just at this coffee shop, we're looking at around 200 kilograms per month. It gets collected for recycling. Some 2-thousand kilograms of coffee grounds from 25 cafes are collected and taken to this recycling factory, where it is transformed into a completely new product. The coffee waste makes up 20 percent of this plastic synthetic resin mixture. The plastic is used to make furniture, which helps lower carbon dioxide emissions. "Currently, only used coffee bean waste is being collected, but we are looking to expand so that other disposable waste like cups and straws can be collected together." Here in Gangdong-gu District... in front of a local community center, there is a place for ice packs. The used ice packs are collected and disinfected, then made like new and distributed to stores. Only gel-type ice packs that are made with microplastics are reused. Just last year, some 72-thousand ice packs were recycled... cutting carbon emissions by 25 tons. "We are reusing ice packs, and we're also running other environmental campaigns, including turning the ice packs into air fresheners." For stores that have been using more ice packs due to the rise in demand for deliveries and take out food, this system of reusing ice packs has also been of great financial help. "Each of these ice packs costs 16 to 24 U.S. cents. Say we use over 100 a day, that really adds up for us." Individual efforts to protect the environment are growing, but even more awareness and action needs to be taken toward recycling. Such small actions can lead to a bigger change in the future. Lee Eunjin, Arirang News. #coffee_grounds #environment #recycling 📣 Arirang News(Facebook) : 🤍 📣 Arirang News(Twitter) : 🤍 📣 News Center(YouTube) : 🤍 2022-05-06, 08:00 (KST)
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Follow US! 13 Ways to Recycle Your Coffee Grounds Coffee can be a delicious drink, but can you reuse coffee grounds? It turns out that there are many ways to recycle your coffee grounds. You can reuse coffee grounds for many different things! From cleaning to cooking, there are plenty of ways that you can recycle your old coffee grounds. We will discuss can you reuse coffee grounds and 11 ways to reuse your old coffee ground! Blog 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Pinterest 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍 Full article: 🤍
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Rare Earth believes in recycling and looking after the environment. That's why, after careful research, it's found a way to recycle used coffee grounds in Qatar. These used grounds from specialty coffee shops are turned into hand-made luxury products that you can decorate your home with. No two products are the same! Find out more about Rare Earth in this episode of 'Made in Qatar' and how its unique products are helping Qatar become more sustainable. To find out more about Rare Earth, check out: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍Rare.Earth.qa Instagram: 🤍rare.earth.qa Filmed and editted by Rafael Manuel, Jr. Tokyo Coffee (SnowMusicStudio) by Envato Elements Item - Don't forget to Thumbs up, Comment, and Subscribe :) It keeps us going! Visit us at 🤍 to read more about News, Events, & Guide to Qatar! Follow us below: ILOVEQATAR.NET OFFICIAL -Facebook: 🤍 -Twitter: 🤍 -Instagram: 🤍 MR.Q OFFICIAL -Instagram: 🤍 -Twitter: 🤍 Want to send us stuff? PO Box 5938, Doha, Qatar
Drinking coffee is a daily activity for many people across the world. Whether you use an electric coffee maker, a French press or any other type of coffee brewing method, you may be wondering how you can avoid throwing all those spent coffee grounds into the garbage. Here are 6 ways to recycle your used coffee grounds. 1.Add coffee grounds to your compost. One of the simplest ways to use leftover grounds is to add them to the rest of your compost. In addition to providing extra organic matter, coffee grounds are able to speed up the decomposing process in compost. Coffee grounds make excellent “green” matter as they are rich in nitrogen. Also, beneficial worms may be attracted to your compost with the addition of old coffee grounds. If you add a lot of coffee grounds to your compost, balance it out by adding some “brown” matter like dry leaves, twigs, newspaper, straw, corn husks, sawdust, and so on. 2.Absorb Food Odors. Used coffee grounds can be used much like baking soda for absorbing food odors in the refrigerator and freezer. Just load up a small open container with your old grounds, place it in the back of the fridge, then forget about it for a couple of weeks while you collect more grounds. As an added bonus, after you remove smelly old grounds from the refrigerator or freezer, you can then toss them on the compost pile or use them as fertilizer! 3.Fertilize Your Garden. If you grow azaleas, hydrangeas, rhododendrons, camellias, roses, or other acid-loving plants, then used coffee is the fertilizer for you! Mix your old grounds with dead grass clippings, brown leaves, or dry straw to neutralize some of the acidity, then spread them around your plants. Used coffee grounds add nitrogen and potassium to the soil as well as boosts magnesium which all plants need to stay healthy. 4.Use grounds to deter pests. Slugs and snails can chew-up your most prized plants, but they are not fond of coffee grounds. Sprinkle a handful of grounds around the bases of plants you want to protect. If you're worried about increasing the acidity of the soil, make a solid ring of grounds farther away from the base. Coffee ground can also be used to keep fluffy away from your delicate plants. 5.Exfoliate Skin. Coffee grounds make an excellent exfoliating body scrub! Just add used grounds to a bit of warm water or your favorite all-natural oil (coconut oil works great!) Then scrub your skin from head to foot to remove all of those icky dead skin cells. 6.Cellulite Treatment. cellulite has many causes and for every cause there are at least a dozen “cures” simple mix of used coffee grounds and warm. Use this scrub for ten minutes twice per week on any areas affected by cellulite. Results should start to become apparent within four weeks of steady treatment. NOTE: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. google plus: 🤍 Images licensed under Creative Commons: 🤍wikihow.com canstockphoto.com 🤍pixabay.com Pinterest
How I recycle coffee.... See full description below :) ↓↓↓ _ ⭐⭐Melt and pour coffee soap⭐⭐ ❤ What you need: Melt and pour - goats milk soap base or any soap base of your choice 400g ½ cup of used coffee ground (make sure to air dry overnight so your soaps won’t get mouldy) ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract ¼ teaspoon coffee extract (optional) 5-10 drops of essential oil of your choice (I used cinnamon ) Soap moulds ❤ Method: Melt soap base either by microwave or pan on low heat Add coffee and the rest of the ingredients Slowly stir continuously until you are ready to pour into the moulds Pour and let the soap solidify. I normally leave it overnight :) *after use, place it on a soap dish with drains to keep it dry and mould free. :) _ ⭐⭐Coffee body scrub⭐⭐ ❤ What you need: 1 cup of used coffee grounds ½ cup brown sugar ¼ cup of coconut oil 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder Choice of essential oil Clip top jar (500ml) ❤ Method: Just mix them all together! That easy! I used coffee pucks from our espresso machine. The grind size is medium to fine so it’s more gentle to the skin. I find bigger grind size can be too abrasive. You can add more coffee or oil depending on how moist or dry you want your scrub to be :) I DO NOT use this scrub for my face. How do you recycle coffee? xx _ Where you can get items in this video: Soap Base: 🤍 Coffee Essential Oil: 🤍 Handmade Silicone Soap Mold: 🤍 Gift Wrapping paper box: 🤍 Essential Oils 🤍 AFFILIATE LINKS N.B. The links above are likely to be affiliate links, it does not affect you in any way other than a small percentage of the sale may go to the person who generated the link. No additional cost to you as a buyer. _ 🎵Where I get my music from: 🤍 _ FIND ME ON INSTAGRAM 🥰🥰🥰 🤍
In this video, I show you 7 smart and frugal ways how to reuse old coffee grounds. For all you coffee lovers, makers and drinkers! Have you ever wondered what you can do with leftover coffee grounds? Watch this video! These DIY home hacks will help you clean pots and pans, fertilize your garden organically, smoothen your skin, absorb bad odors and make your home smell amazing. You'll be amazed at all that you can do with coffee grounds! If you love DIY home hacks this one is for you! After this video, you will never throw away old used coffee grounds again! Drinking coffee is a daily activity for so many people. Whether you use an electric coffee maker, a French press or any other type of coffee brewing method, you may have been wondering how you can recycle all those old used coffee grounds instead of just throwing them into the bin. This is a complete waste and recycling them can save you money, so these DIY kitchen hacks are also smart and frugal. Here are my 7 smart and frugal DIY kitchen hacks to recycle your old used coffee grounds: 1. Absorb food odours in the fridge 2. Absorb bad odours in your shoes 3. Absorb odours in the bin 4. Fertilize your garden soil organically 5. Exfoliate your skin (body scrub / face scrub) 6. Exfoliate and refresh your hand 7. Kitchen cleaner for pots, pans, grill, sink....(scouring milk) DISCLAIMER: The materials and the information contained in this video are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on this video is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. In this video, I'm explaining 7 different frugal and smart DIY kitchen hacks you can put old used coffee grounds to a new purpose. Let me know your favourite in the comments, or if you have any that I haven't listed here! Playlist Minimalism - Simple Living: 🤍 Playlist Zero-Waste: 🤍 Hit 👍 if you liked this video and don't forget to subscribe to get my future updates. #minimalism #coffee #homemaking _ Connect with me: ❤︎ 🤍 ✨ CONTACT ME ✨ Business Enquiries: madame.minima🤍gmail.com _ Disclaimer: ◆This video is not sponsored and there are no affiliate links. 💕 Hi there, My name is Patz and I make videos on simple, low waste, natural healthy slow family living. I hope you enjoy it! Thank you so much for watching and if you know someone who may enjoy this video...Please feel free to share.
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#shorts #youtubeshorts Here are 3 ways to use leftover coffee grounds: as a body scrub, as plant fertilizer and as a scrub for cookware. How do you use left over coffee grounds? PureWow is the email & website dedicated to making your life easier, more interesting and of course, more beautiful. Elevate the Everyday. Watch more videos at PureWow.com.
In your free time, you can prepare a cup of delicious coffee for yourself and your family, which can not only relieve the fatigue of the whole body but also harvest fertilizer for growing flowers. Waste recycling — Coffee grounds Let's share the magical effect of coffee grounds on growing flowers First, find an opaque bag, put the coffee grounds in the bag, put some clean water, let it have a certain humidity, and then place it in a warmer place. It will become a mature organic fertilizer after waiting for two or three months. And using coffee grounds to grow flowers can not only increase air permeability but also effectively disperse pests, which is very worthy of promotion. If you want to know more, pls click 🤍recyclabletotebag.com for more information.
Recycling Coffee Grounds ☕ How To Use Coffee Grounds As Fertilizer! 🤍 🤍 🤍 Waster provides low cost waste and recycling to small and medium Aussie businesses - boosting recycling and saving you money. RESOURCES & LINKS: Checkout lots of recycling assets like flowcharts for your business here: 🤍 Try our online quiz and calculators on recycling here: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 ► Find all your bins and recycling services for business here: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 #recyclecoffee #coffeewaste 00:00 Start 00:05 Act one: in many of our videos we talk about how what is seen as waste - can actually be extremely valuable - and how using our waste for either energy creation, recycling or compost can be really useful. It is a cliche of course - but one persons waste can be anothers treasure. When buying a takeaway coffee today at my local cafe - I saw that they were offering bags of coffee grounds to take away. A sign explained the bag was "free" and would be great for your garden. I thought - what a great idea. So let's cover that today! 00:51 Act 2 - The first thing to say - is that taking coffee grounds away is great for the cafe. Coffee grounds are really heavy - as they are very dense and often wet. This can make your bins extremely heavy - and if you run a business - you will know that heavy bins means high waste costs. If you can get rid of this ground coffee in another way - that is great. Having a small composter on site is great - but obviously will not work for many cafes - so offering the grounds to customers is a great idea. But why would customers take them away. 01:28 Act 3 - Using coffee grounds on your garden can be great in a number of ways. They are great for composting - but can also be applied directly to the soil as a fertilizer. The thing to keep in mind is while coffee grounds add nitrogen to your compost, they will not immediately add nitrogen to your soil. The coffee grounds adds organic material to the soil, which improves drainage, water retention, and aeration in the soil. The used coffee grounds will also help microorganisms beneficial to plant growth thrive as well as attract earthworms. Many people feel that coffee grounds lower the pH (or raise the acid level) of soil, which is good for acid loving plants. This is only true for unwashed coffee grounds though. Fresh coffee grounds are acidic wheras Used coffee grounds are neutral. If you rinse your used coffee grounds, they will have a near neutral pH of 6.5 and will not affect the acid levels of the soil. To use coffee grounds as fertilizer, work the coffee grounds into the soil around your plants. Leftover diluted coffee works well like this too. 02:40 Conclusion: So there you have it. This is a great example of how people really put the concept of resource recovery into practise for a win win scenario. The cafe benefits by lower waste bills, the customer benefits with free compost and a better garden - and the environment benefits with less waste in landfill. For lots more recycling info - visit us at waster.com.au - and like and subscribe below.
McDonald's used to send 62 million pounds of coffee chaff to landfills. But the company partnered with Ford Motor Company with hopes to eliminate their waste to landfills. The research team at Ford has already been using agave, wheat, and even denim byproducts to make car parts. They discovered that chaff can be used as well. Here's an inside look of the process. #Ford #McDonalds #TechInsider Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's, gaming, science, digital culture, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 TI on Facebook: 🤍 TI on Instagram: 🤍 TI on Twitter: 🤍 TI on Amazon Prime: 🤍 INSIDER on Snapchat: 🤍 How Ford Makes Car Parts From Used McDonald’s Coffee Beans
In managing waste, it is just a matter of putting it in the right place to turn it into a resource. In this video, our Farm Supervisor Li Yen demonstrates a practical way on how we can manage the abundance of coffee ground waste by using it as an effective weed killer. Please do subscribe to our channel for more permaculture sharing videos from us! Also, feel free to follow our social media for getting latest updates. FB : UrbanHijau IG : urbanhijau Twitter :urbanhijau #zerowaste #sustainability #urbanfarm #wastehacks #permaculture #urbanhijau
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커피 찌꺼기로 바이오 원유 만든다 A group of local scientists has recently developed a method... to convert coffee grounds into bio-fuel. That means South Korea could reuse nearly 150-thousand tons of waste,... that gets thrown out every year. Cho Sung-min reports. South Korea imported one-hundred-forty-three-thousand tons of coffee last year. That annual figure is estimated at over one-hundred-fifty tons,... when also accounting for coffee beans that are brought into the nation separately... by travelers and tourists. That's a great deal of caffeine and an extra supply of energy for consumers,... but it also creates a large amount of coffee residues... that are thrown out as waste. The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials says it has developed a way to use the coffee waste... using a new technology to convert coffee grounds into renewable energy sources, such as bio-fuel. This is done using a reactor that vaporizes coffee grounds... by heating them at five-hundred degrees Celsius. When the coffee waste evaporates from the intense heat,... renewable bio-energy is produced. The technology in its current form... can convert two-hundred kilograms of coffee grounds into approximately two-point-five tons of bio-fuel. The conversion process only takes an hour to complete,... and the team says the technology is mature enough to be commercialized right away. "This is such an efficient way of creating and using renewable energy, since it produces bio-fuel using waste that previously could not be recycled." The team says, due to its efficiency and eco-friendly traits,... bio-fuel can become a prominent energy source in the coming years,... and added it is finding ways to further improve the technology... to yield higher energy conversion rates. Cho Sung-min, Arirang News. #coffee #CoffeeWaste #RenewableEnergy Arirang News Facebook: 🤍
Hello YouTube! Today we present to you some tests we have made to pellet coffee grounds. We tested various flavours of wood (fir and chestnut chips) and coffee, together with various percentages of wood/coffee. Once we have obtained the best one, which led us to a good result, a good final product with a higher energy content. The next steps are the combustion tests. Enjoy the vision!
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Here are 3 surprising ways to reuse or recycle old coffee grounds. There’s no need to dump these straight into the trash when you could reuse them as a meat tenderizer or a deodorizer. #coffee #coffeegrounds #recycle #howto Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Follow us around the web, too: 🤍 Our home: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍