sustainable use of ground coffee

 
 
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COMPOST

Ground coffee serves as a slow-release source of nitrogen for fertilizing after being composted. 

 

 

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SOIL AMENDMENT

Studies show that adding up to 30% of ground coffee to the soil will increase yield and antioxidant levels in crops. 

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WORM FARMS

Worms break down coffee grounds and turns it into liquid fertilizer.