Caffè Nero teams up with bio-bean and First Mile to turn waste coffee into fuel

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First Mile's Joe Allen (left) and Caffè Nero's Matt Spence (right)
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First Mile's Joe Allen (left) and Caffè Nero's Matt Spence (right)

Partnership is transforming coffee giant's waste coffee grounds into renewable fuel

Caffè Nero has revealed details of a scheme to recycle coffee grounds from 122 of its London stores to make low-carbon fuel. The scheme, which was formally announced late last week but which has been...

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