Turning coffee grounds into sustainable road construction material | The Optimist Daily
Today’s Solutions: July 18, 2024

Researchers of the Swinburne University in Melbourne have found a way to turn coffee grounds into a sustainable material that can be used to pave roads. The research team has calculated that with the coffee grounds from all the cafes in the city, 3 miles of roads per year could be build. The innovation would reduce landfills and the demand for virgin quarry materials.

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