The coffee chaffs from Barcaffe are another feedstock that is tested for biochar production. We asked barcaffe why they are involved in this project.
“At Barcaffe, we’ve always taken pride in crafting exceptional coffee – from the roasting process to the final packaging. But, we’re also deeply committed to safeguarding our planet’s future. That’s why we’re continuously exploring ways to make a positive impact. We’re thrilled to take our commitment to sustainability up a notch by joining forces with the Alps4GreenC project.
Alps4GreenC is our chance to delve deeper into sustainability, and we’re particularly excited about the potential of biochar – a material derived from organic sources, including coffee chaffs. We believe that participating in this project will broaden our understanding of how biochar can benefit the environment. Our goal is to apply the insights we gain from Alps4GreenC to refine our practices and processes. We’re dedicated to reducing our environmental footprint while responsibly managing our natural resources. We want to express our gratitude to all our partners in the Alps4GreenC project for granting us this valuable opportunity.“