So, how exactly do coffee grounds become fuel?
A team of MBA and engineering students from the University of Toronto came up with a simple recipe: They made a burnable log by mixing dried-out coffee grounds, paraffin wax, and sugar and baking it in a loaf pan. That’s it!
According to CBC Toronto, the team is currently getting coffee grounds from three participating coffee chains in the local area. But they’ll be looking for a major partnership when they scale up in size.
Right now, the logs can burn for nearly 90 minutes and can be used for cooking, heating — pretty much anything firewood can do. The team hopes to increase the length of burn time in future versions of the product.
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