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The plastic tableware used for meals is not environmentally friendly, and many stores have also refused to provide tableware. So the Co-EAT want to use the coffee grounds in the store to make environmentally-friendly spork. When consumers come to the store to buy coffee, the coffee grounds produced are made into tableware using machines in the store, and the clerk will then provide it to the users who need it. When it is discarded or burned, it will not produce harmful substances to the environment. Such products become a circular economy.
National Taipei University of Tech
Taipei City, Taiwan
Ching Ying Lin,
National Taipei University of Technology