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Protein Evolution, a young biotech company that utilises biological processes to promote the transition to a lower-carbon, circular economy for materials and plastics, has announced the launch of new projects.
Australian engineers to make stronger concrete with old coffee grounds. Researchers have given tons of waste coffee grounds a “double shot” at life, by infusing it into concrete—where it not only increases material strength by 30%, but also could be a significantly more sustainable alternative to the mined sand on which the concrete industry depends. In Australia alone, where the study was based, shops and households produce around 75,000 tons of coffee grounds every year.
The novel Hot Knife method to separate the crystalline silicon photovoltaic module front glass from the backsheet contributes only a few permill to the life cycle related potential environmental impacts of PV electricity.

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