The man who can make London’s buses run from coffee leftovers

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The man who can make London’s buses run from coffee leftovers
24th October 2014

The entrepreneur has already got backing from the Mayor of London Boris Johnson which would see coffee grounds turned into biodiesel and fuel pellets.

His company, Bio-Bean, has already signed up some of the nation’s biggest coffee chains and he hopes to recycle about 40 per cent of the capital’s coffee beans.

The idea has won Arthur the 2012 Mayor’s Low Carbon Entrepreneur competition and 2012 Low Carbon Prize.

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