bio-bean Coffee Logs - Eco-Friendly Fire Logs for Wood Burners and Multi-Fuel Stoves (16 logs), Brown,24cm x 14cm x 22cm

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bio-bean Coffee Logs - Eco-Friendly Fire Logs for Wood Burners and Multi-Fuel Stoves (16 logs), Brown,24cm x 14cm x 22cm

bio-bean Coffee Logs - Eco-Friendly Fire Logs for Wood Burners and Multi-Fuel Stoves (16 logs), Brown,24cm x 14cm x 22cm

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Why it made the cut: As one of Duragold’s premium products, this fire log is designed to create a bigger, brighter flame for a lovely fireside experience. Higher product quality. Unlike supermarkets, which sell a little bit of everything, dedicated wood fuel suppliers build their entire reputation on the quality of their firewood and briquettes, so you can expect a higher quality product when purchasing from a well-known supplier. As the coffee culture continues to surge, this number of cups and the spent grounds left are only going to increase. Spread the coffee grounds on a large baking sheet and bake at around 130 degrees for 20 minutes or so, turning half way through to ensure they’re dried evenly.

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ABOUT COFFEE LOGS

We welcome the government’s move as a significant step in the right direction for reducing reliance on carbon-heavy fossil fuels and cutting emissions contributing to climate change. We have both a wood stove and a multi fuel stove ( see the main differences between them here) and find that they burn even better in our stoves than our open fireplace. According to bio-bean, who are reliably informed from independent testing, coffee logs burn for 20% longer and at 20% hotter than dry wood. This is because used coffee grounds still have a lot of energy stored up inside them.

Mix in enough grounds to obtain a sludge-like consistency (see picture below). Depending on the type of wax, how much wax, and the amount of molasses you used the quantity of grounds needed will vary. I used 2 cups of molasses and 7.5 ounces of soy wax. Using a traditional tablespoon as my measuring device, I needed 20 heaping tablespoons of grounds. It is of the utmost importance that your grounds are completely dry and that your mixture is thoroughly and well blended with a glossy, sludge-like consistency before setting the log. Adjust the amount of grounds used to obtain this mold-able form. Most fire logs are made from safe waste byproducts or recycled materials like sawdust or other plant fibers. However, the Pine Mountain Java Log is a recycled log with an interesting twist: This is the only mass-market fire log made from recycled coffee grounds. That’s right—the grounds from your morning cuppa-joe can now be repurposed into fuel for your evening fire. The coffee industry is starting to take its environmental impact more seriously than ever. Coffee drinkers now expect their beans to come from sustainably-run farms. Reusable cups are slowly displacing single-use plastic cups in many coffee shops. In-house coffee roasting is becoming more common than ever. Energy-efficient coffee makers help coffee shops save energy and water. And coffee production-related waste is being battled industry-wide. Coffee logs can be used in any type of wood-burning stove or fireplace. They are easy to light and produce a long-lasting, hot flame. Coffee logs are an excellent source of heat for people who want to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. Image by @kat_von_wood on Unsplash - https://unsplash.com/photos/z2lWYC94eaA) MAKING YOUR OWN COFFEE LOGS

Full Ready to Burn Certification. All Lekto products are fully certified according to Defra’s Ready to Burn wood fuel quality certification scheme, ensuring that you're not only getting a quality product but also contributing to a sustainable environment. This vision wasn't just about creating yet another eco-friendly way to produce briquettes. It was about reimagining waste and visualising a second life for the coffee grounds that would otherwise end up in landfills, emitting harmful greenhouse gases. How Much Did Coffee Logs Win at the Virgin Media Business Voom Contest? Because of the crumbly texture, coffee logs are not suitable for barbecues, chimineas or open fires. How long do coffee logs burn for? All stove and flue combinations tend to have different burning characteristics. Fuel that works well in my stove may not work so well in your stove, and vice-versa. Over the course of a year, the UK produces 500,000 tonnes of wet, used coffee grounds. At best, these grounds go into compost heaps, at worst they get dumped in landfill.



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