Cirrus Fine COffee

Cirrus Fine Coffee celebrates pop-up farm milestone

On 24 May, Cirrus Fine Coffee celebrated a milestone achievement of its two-car-space pop-up farm, which has produced enough food in six months to feed two adults for a whole year. Cirrus Fine Coffee partnered with sister company Biofilta to set up the pop-up farm at its Port Melbourne roastery in November 2018. The roaster says the pop-up farm reimagines how the coffee industry and cities can use waste and space.
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Melbourne Skyfarm

Work begins on Melbourne Skyfarm rooftop farm

A group of Melbourne-based sustainability companies are planning to transform a 2000-square-metre rooftop car park on the edge of the city into a thriving farm with sustainable and contemporary dining, environmental education, and conference spaces. Located in Melbourne’s emerging Seafarer’s precinct, Melbourne Skyfarm directly overlooks the Yarra River, across from the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC).
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Biofilta set to launch new urban farming solution

 Cirrus Fine Coffee’s sister company Biofilta is set to display a new urban farming system called Foodcube at the Flower and Garden show in Melbourne from 27 to 31 March. Biofilta will demonstrate how to combine rainwater runoff, waste steam organics such as composted coffee grounds and food waste, and surplus city spaces with urban farming systems, in order to consistently grow fresh produce for an ever-increasing population.
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Cirrus Fine Coffee

Cirrus Fine Coffee Closed Loop Society

The Closed Loop Society and Cirrus Fine Coffee are roasting and supplying amazing coffees out of its Port Melbourne HQ. Dedicated to a closed loop system approach and committed to sustainability and sourcing some of the best coffees available, Cirrus Fine Coffee roasts specialty-grade and unique single origin coffees in small batches, then delivers it fresh.
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Cirrus FIne Coffee

Cirrus Fine Coffee holds breakfast with sustainable ethos

On 13 December, Cirrus Fine Coffee held a sustainable breakfast at its Port Melbourne roastery. At the breakfast, held with sister companies Australian Ecosystems and Biofilta, William Angliss College graduating student chefs prepared food with sustainable produce from Cirrus Fine Coffee’s on-site pop-up farm. The farm uses nutrients from composted coffee grounds to feed its produce.
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