What's better than discussing about circular economy while drinking a cup of coffee?
At Coffee Cycle Stories this is already a reality.
A mobile, non-ordinary coffee bar organised from the cooperation between Koffiecafe -the Belgian Royal Association of Coffee Roasters- and Circular Flanders where participants share reuse opportunities
for coffee waste.
From coffee grounds to cosmetics.
By reusing minerals and natural oils contained in coffee companies create scrubs and soaps.
From coffee grounds to reusable cups.
The parchment skin that surrounds coffee beans after they have been removed from the coffee cherry can be a raw material for sustainable cups.
From coffee grounds to 3D printing.
A coffee-filled 3D printing filament made of a bio-based polylactic acid filled with waste byproducts from coffee.
Credits: Circular Flanders