Literally, almost everyone on earth loves to start the day with a sip of some good coffee.And a growing number of people are siding with freshly brewed coffee from the beans rather than ready to make coffee powders. But what happens to the used coffee grounds? Almost all of them are sent to landfills as not a lot of cafes care to own organic waste processors. This might not look like that big of a problem,but the truth is there can be a lot of climate hazards caused by unused coffee grounds if they are left just like that in the garbage.
What harm does it cause?
When the used coffee beans are left to decompose in a landfill or a trashcan, it can potentially store a lot of methane, a very strong and potent greenhouse gas. Greenhouse gases cause the atmosphere on earth to warm up at a level which is higher than the normal and contribute to climate change and its harmful effects.So yes, your morning coffee might end up wiping out humanity from the face of the earth.
Is there a solution?
Thankfully yes. And the solution is a very simple one,which is recycling. Recycling unused coffee beans is very easy and there are numerous ways to do it right at your home. Due to the acidic nature and other healing qualities of the beans, their recycling process is versatile and accommodates every possible lifestyle.