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Cascade recyclingof cofee beans

Cascade recycling is a concept that consists of using the waste of a primary raw material from one process in a downstream process, thus obtaining several sub-components from the parent material that can be used in other production processes. The aim is to extract the maximum from the primary raw material while minimising waste.

A delicious drink to boost the spirit

As important as a sip of good coffee is at the start of every good morning, here too, the drinking of this delicious beverage begins the unfolding of another, equally important story of the coffee bean…

Wet coffee grounds collection

Instead of going to bio-waste, the coffee grounds go into a special collection container designed for cascading coffee recycling. Here, it spends only a relatively short time to avoid devaluing the precious raw material through the action of moisture and micro-organisms…

Drying, freezing, storage

The first preparation of the raw material for further use takes place by means of suitably selected processing in the form of drying and freezing. Natural raw materials in particular must be handled as gently as possible.

In order to ensure that the raw materials used are grown in accordance with the strictest standards, in addition to the selection of suppliers, we also carry out continuous laboratory monitoring of the coffee grounds obtained. Only in this way can we be sure that even products intended for skin treatment meet all the necessary standards.

Natural exfoliating ingredient for body and facial scrubs

These microscopic coffee particles gently and naturally remove dead skin cells, leaving the skin smooth and unified.



Soap production with the use of coffee grounds

Soap is one of our first products to start the cascade recycling journey. Actually, it’s a fairly old principle, but it’s embedded in the whole coffee grounds processing chain.

Coffee oil full of nature’s richness

The oil is further extracted from the coffee grounds using various techniques such as pressing or solvent extraction. This oil is rich in substances that are beneficial to the skin and hair.
Coffee oil obtained by recycling coffee grounds can be used in the production of cosmetic products such as creams, oils, masks, shampoos and soaps. This oil can help to moisturize and revitalize the skin, provide shine to the hair and contribute to the overall appearance of

Skin and body creams

The amazing properties of the coffee bean can be transferred into many forms of skin care products. According to testing, the beneficial effects are as strong as when using the primary raw material.

Polymer dye – so-called masterbatches

Thanks to clever processing, the sediment from coffee machines becomes paint for plastics, the so-called masterbatches. This replaces chemical paints with natural and circular ones. You can also directly see the ground coffee beans on the products dyed in this way, which are a reminder that you have chosen a circular material for your product. The new life of the coffee grounds, as well as a new way of protecting the planet, is now in your hands.

Bio-waste containers with a story

We cooperate with Plastia s.r.o. in the development, testing and subsequent production of various types of plastics with coffee grounds. Currently, beautiful designer kitchen bio-waste containers with a story are coming off the presses. The visible elements of the coffee grounds remind us that collecting bio-waste also has a purpose and that we can be smart with our waste!

Coffee biomass

Ground, dried and maximally used (e.g. after oil extraction, etc.) coffee grounds can still serve as a heating fuel. In addition, it is another step to eliminate landfilling in general.

Coffee that warms up

The last remnants of coffee grounds can be mixed with other types of biomass (e.g. wood residues, agricultural crop husks or forestry waste). In this way, a balanced biomass composition can be achieved for the production of fuel briquettes or pellets.

Compared to traditional fuels, coffee grounds fuel has lower greenhouse gas emissions. Processing coffee grounds into fuel thus brings economic and environmental benefits.

Maximum yield as respect for nature's gifts

Using natural raw materials that have already served elsewhere, instead of using virgin raw materials, is a key step towards more sustainable development.

We know from supercritical studies that, for example, cosmetic products do not degrade the desirable properties of this raw material. On the contrary, thanks to the strict control and selection of the raw materials supplied, we are convinced that we can raise the bar in the quality of the coffee raw material used here too.

By supporting these innovative practices, we are contributing to the creation of a more sustainable cosmetic and “coffee” industry.