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Jugi Smart Coffee Waste Collection System Renews Them Into Sustainable Raw Material for Commercial Applications

Air quality is currently a significant threat to our health. In addition to many complications arising from urbanization, agriculture for mass consumption has a tremendous environmental impact on air quality. An essential part of conscious consumption is to take responsibility for our waste. Coffee is one of the most tradeable cash-crops, even superseding petroleum. Concerning […]



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