Biofuel from station coffee waste

Network Rail and Bio-bean have signed an agreement for waste coffee grounds to be recycled into biofuel pellets.

UK: Following a successful trial, infrastructure manager Network Rail and Bio-bean have signed an agreement for waste coffee grounds from London’s Euston, King’s Cross, Liverpool Street, Paddington, Victoria and Waterloo stations to be recycled into biofuel pellets which can be used for heating homes, offices and factories.

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