The OneCoffee Cup uses 40 percent less plastic than the K-Cup, and according to the creators, is almost entirely biodegradable.
Gasification is the process of vaporizing organics and liquifying it back into fuel. The Coffee Car used coffee as fuel to get into Guinness Book of World Records.
A perfect espresso without batteries, electricity, or pressurized gas cartridges? This hand-crank machine could make it possible.
Artisanal coffee superstar Stumptown moves into a new headquarters with a regenerative thermal oxidizer to slash the power it takes to clean up its emissions.
Meet Zip Cup, the reusable coffee mug that shrinks once the drink is gone.
Although reusable drink ware would be much better, we’re glad Starbucks is attempting to reduce waste.
Eldorado Coffee now claims the title of the greenest coffee roaster in New York City, thanks to its new 280,000 kilowatt-hour-rated solar power system.
Researchers at the University of North Dakota are developing a waste-to-energy technology for the Green Mountain Coffee roasting facility in Waterbury, Vermont.