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Used coffee grounds could be a sustainable alternative to palm oil

by Futures Centre, Apr 25
1 minute read

Scotland-based circular company Revive-Eco has introduced an innovative method to extract oil from used coffee grounds.

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This oil has similar properties to palm oil and therefore could act as a replacement in many of our household products.

The hospitality industry creates a huge amount of food waste. About 60% of a cafe’s waste is from coffee grounds, and so making oil can transform it into a resource and source of revenue.

 

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