Coffee Sustainability at Home

Home coffee sustainability measures

Home Sustainability Measures for Coffee Lovers

Coffee lovers, unite! We all know the importance of sustainability and how it directly affects our planet. But did you know that even your coffee habits can contribute to a greener future? In this blog post, we will discuss some simple yet effective measures to make your coffee routine more sustainable.

Perth Coffee Exchange Reusable Coffee Cups by Fressko

Reusable Cups are the Way to Go

We've got some exciting news for you! According to Western Australia's plan for plastics, by the end of February 2023, takeaway coffee cups and lids will be one of the single-use items to be phased out in the strategic plan to reduce plastic waste. Woohoo!

We all know that takeaway coffee cups and lids create a ton of unnecessary waste, and let's be real, they don't keep your coffee as hot or delicious as a good ol' reusable cup. So, if you're a fan of grabbing your morning coffee on the go, make sure to carry a reusable cup with you!

To make things even better, we've got some amazing reusable coffee cups from Fressko and Frank Green! Not only are they functional and stylish, but they're also designed to keep your coffee hot for longer. Just imagine taking a sip of your favourite brew from a stylish, eco-friendly cup that you've chosen just for you! So, go ahead, make a sustainable choice, and make your morning coffee ritual even better with a reusable cup. 

Check out our reusable coffee cups from Fressko and Frank Green!

Plus we even do gift boxes to!! Check out our Fressko Coffee Gift Box and Frank Green Coffee Gift Box.

Proper Disposal of Coffee Bags

When brewing at home, it's important to dispose of your coffee roast bags properly. Some bags are recyclable, while others are compostable. Make sure to put them in the right bin to reduce waste. 

Coffee grounds for garden

Coffee Grounds are a Treasure

Don't throw away your used coffee grounds just yet! Did you know that coffee grounds have excellent uses around your home! Moreover, when disposed of in landfills, coffee grounds release greenhouse gases, contributing to climate change. Your coffee grounds can be used in ways that are both environmentally friendly and budget-friendly. So, let's dive into the world of sustainable coffee and learn how we can give those grounds a second life.

Compost it:

Composting is one of the easiest and most effective ways to use your coffee grounds. Simply mix the grounds with food scraps, leaves, and other organic material, and voila! You’ve got yourself some rich, nutritious compost that can be used to nourish your plants.

Scrub it:

Tired of using chemical-laden scrubs on your skin? Fear not! Your coffee grounds can work wonders as a natural exfoliant. Just mix the grounds with a little coconut oil or olive oil, and scrub away those dead skin cells. Your skin will thank you for it!

Repel pests:

Did you know that coffee grounds can also be used to keep pests away? Ants, slugs, and snails can’t stand the strong scent of coffee, so simply sprinkle the grounds around your garden or plants to keep them at bay.

Fertilise it:

If you have acid-loving plants like roses, camellias, or blueberries, coffee grounds can be an excellent fertiliser. The acidity of the grounds will help these plants thrive, and the leftover caffeine will give them an extra boost of energy.

Clean it:

Coffee grounds can also be used as a natural cleaner. Mix the grounds with baking soda to make a scrub that can clean pots, pans, and even the kitchen sink! The abrasive nature of the grounds will help get rid of stubborn stains and grime


In conclusion, sustainability is all about making small changes that can have a big impact. By making a few simple adjustments to your coffee routine, you can make a difference for the planet and enjoy your cup of joe with a clear conscience. So, let's all work together to create a greener future!

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