Students have designed an amazing new afterlife for our leftover coffee grounds.
If coffee makes your mornings way better, just look at what your leftover coffee grounds can do.
For many of us, coffee is essentially magic.
You buy it, you brew it, you drink it — it never lets you down. You get that nice little caffeine buzz going, and you’re instantly launched into “I can do anything!” mode.
But have you ever thought about where your leftover coffee grounds go when you’re done with them?
Some people compost; others choose the trash. Or, you know, some people find ways to save lives with their grounds.
Students from the University of Toronto are using coffee grounds to create an alternative to firewood for women and children in refugee camps.
Those coffee grounds you had from last week = a burnable log that helps kids? Yes. It’s called Moto.