Composite board made from waste plastic and coffee grounds

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If environmentally hostile Styrofoam can be replaced by fungus and rice hulls — or milk proteins and clay, for that matter — then why couldn’t recycled waste plastic and coffee grounds be used to make furniture? Sure enough, it can, thanks to Curface, a new composite board made from just those materials by UK-based design firm Re-Worked.

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