• Why choose coffee husk dinnerware?

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    Nowadays, environmental problems are becoming more and more serious, and people often discuss how to save energy and reduce emissions. The discussion was intense, but it was not easy to act. For many people who drink coffee every day, more than 1.48 million tons of coffee bean shell waste is generated every year worldwide. Although these shells can be used as fertilizer, most...
    Nowadays, environmental problems are becoming more and more serious, and people often discuss how to save energy and reduce emissions. The discussion was intense, but it was not easy to act. For many people who drink coffee every day, more than 1.48 million tons of coffee bean shell waste is generated every year worldwide. Although these shells can be used as fertilizer, most...
  • Potential Uses of Coffee Husks

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    The coffee husk is also referred to as coffee chaff and is the dried skin of the bean. During the roasting process, the husk falls off and has usually been left behind; often used for fertilizer or just thrown away with the rest of the trash.Coffee production and processing constitutes an important sector of agro-industry in Ethiopia, accounting for up to 65% of...
    The coffee husk is also referred to as coffee chaff and is the dried skin of the bean. During the roasting process, the husk falls off and has usually been left behind; often used for fertilizer or just thrown away with the rest of the trash.Coffee production and processing constitutes an important sector of agro-industry in Ethiopia, accounting for up to 65% of...
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