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Developing the world’s first beverage cup entirely made of used coffee grounds and discarded fruit of coffee plant.

Developing the world’s first beverage cup entirely made of used coffee grounds and discarded fruit of coffee plant.

Photo of Filippo  Tomasi
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The peel cup is able to decompose quickly and easily after use. It will not harm the environment and can serve as a fertilizer for the soil.

The peel cup is able to decompose quickly and easily after use. It will not harm the environment and can serve as a fertilizer for the soil.

Photo of Nasy Nasy
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Lamina is a fully recoverable pouch made from banana plant byproducts, providing this biomass a second life with its very production.

Lamina is a fully recoverable pouch made from banana plant byproducts, providing this biomass a second life with its very production.

Photo of Adrienne Han
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A product and system based solution that incentivises paper pulp recycling, through the creation of a low-cost building material.

A product and system based solution that incentivises paper pulp recycling, through the creation of a low-cost building material.

Photo of Ashley Adami
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This is a recyclable and also disposable/compostable cup that incorporates spent coffee grounds into the cup.

This is a recyclable and also disposable/compostable cup that incorporates spent coffee grounds into the cup.

Photo of RHEOMOD Marca
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Adding a natural starch based solution to the cup’s paper substrate creates the perfect compostable, recyclable paper for a coffee cup.

Adding a natural starch based solution to the cup’s paper substrate creates the perfect compostable, recyclable paper for a coffee cup.

Photo of David Worth
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