Cooler Weather; Warm up with the JavaLog
So, the colder months are here, and this is your chance to close the loop on spent coffee grounds. The Java Log has been featured all over the place in magazines like Time, and on TV shows like Ellen. The Java Log is made up of spent coffee grounds and a vegetable based wax; compressed to burn about 3 hours in your fireplace, just like those other wood based fireplace logs. The Java Log company gets their coffee from large instant coffee makers, (and some coffee shops through waste recyclers), saving about 42 million kilograms of waste from going to landfills each year. The packaging is 100% recycled, and the log creates 10X less creosote and 6X less particulate matter than burning wood. Anyway, looks like it’s worth checking out.
They are available at lots of national retailers, check out the JavaLog website for more information on where you can find them.
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Posted by Scott Martin at January 2, 2007 9:54 AM