Wow. Ford creates a new high of recycling. The automobile firm is planning to recycle the coffee wastes from Mc D’s to manufacture the Headlights of its units. For a start, it had set up a unit that collects the skins of coffee beans which is eliminated during the coffee roasting process.
It seems the Greta Thurnburgs entry to the pollution awareness started making the difference. The people around the world are more concerned than ever about plastic pollution and global warming. May corporates and brands across the globe offered its inclination to reduce the usage of plastics. Now joining the club was the leading American automobile manufacturer, Ford. Not just that, they’ve come up with an innovative idea that no one else has attempted before.
As a traditional technique, Ford uses talc and plastic for manufacturing headlamps. Now, as proposed, they’re planning to make headlamps suing coffee waste from the Mc Donald’s. This initiative is not just to reduce the damage done to the atmosphere, it also helps them to switch from a non-sustainable source to a sustainable source. Since the talc used in the existing technology is a non-renewable resource, the long-term availability and demand are addressed because of this idea.