Coffee to Burn pellets
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Coffee to Burn pellets are pellets for a pellet stove made from waste materials: coffee grounds (collected at companies) and sawdust (collected at sawmills). The coffee grounds are dried and mixed with the sawdust, before they are pressed into pellets. Both materials have a low CO2 footprint.
The pellets have a higher caloric value than ordinary pellets, emitting more heat, and contain 25 per cent more energy than other pellets, saving fuel and decreasing CO2 emissions.
Coffee to Burn is produced in the Netherlands.