Dec 29, 2019

How Ford Makes Car Parts From Used McDonald’s Coffee Beans

Posted by in categories: food, sustainability

Would be cool to see Tesla use more recycled components.

McDonald’s used to send 62 million pounds of coffee chaff to landfills. But the company partnered with Ford Motor Company with hopes to eliminate their waste to landfills. The research team at Ford has already been using agave, wheat, and even denim byproducts to make car parts. They discovered that chaff can be used as well. Here’s an inside look of the process.


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How ford makes car parts from used mcdonald’s coffee beans.

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