brambati ecodesign

Brambati brings Ecodesign to coffee roasters

Italian roasting manufacturer Brambati is implementing Ecodesign into its manufacturing processes to reduce its environmental footprint from the inside out. In the international coffee industry, sustainability has become a major focus across all levels of the supply chain. The push for a greener future has manifested in many forms, including an increase in demand for reusable or recycled cups, businesses choosing to adopt solar power, and the development of more biodegradable products.
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Envirodry towels

Envirodry towels

For three years, Envirodry has provided eco-friendly towels to a variety of businesses, from salons to hostels.   Eco-friendly towels are a great alternative for businesses which have a high volume of laundry and are looking for something with a better environmental outcome than washing, drying, folding, and replacing cotton towels. 
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Canberra café raises $300,000 for habitat restoration

Over the past 15 years, Canberra-based Brindabella Café has raised more than $300,000 for Greening Australia, a not-for-profit organisation that conserves and restores Australia’s landscapes. In 2004, Brindabella Café began charging a Greening Levy of 20 cents to customers when they opted for a takeaway cup, which was then donated to Greening Australia. “My partner and I were so frustrated that people were using so many single use cups,” Owner Skye Palmer says. “Apparently over 2.5 million cups are thrown away every day in this country.”
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