November 8, 2005

Burn Recycled Coffee Grounds in Your Fireplace with Java Logs

1342Xlarge Grjavalog Logo We can't think of a better way to spend the evening than a great cup of single serve coffee and throwing another Java Log on the fire. Made of recycled coffee grounds and declared one of the “Coolest Inventions of the Year” by Time Magazine. We have been seeing these quite a bit and just had to share the Java Log with our Single Serve Coffee readers.

The Java-Log is the world’s first and only fire-log made from recycled coffee grounds. Throw a Java-Log into the fire place and then sit back, relax, and enjoy up to 3 hours of long lasting beautiful flames that emit more heat, a slightly sweet aroma but no coffee aroma, no chemical smell, and less carbon dioxide than traditional fires.

  • Comes in a Case of 6 Logs.
  • Better/Brighter Flames: More natural flame throughout the burning cycle.
  • Better Scent: No chemical scent as with manufactured logs and a mild sweet aroma.
  • Better for the Chimney: Less than 50% soot build-up than other manufactured logs.
  • Better for the Environment: Less 14% C02 emission than other manufactured logs.
  • More for the Environment: Reusing coffee grounds reduces waste in landfills.
  • Easy to Light: One match will do by lighting the packaging.
  • Burns-up to 3 Hrs: The same amount of time as other manufactured logs

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 8, 2005 7:24 AM

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I am very excited about this! Sustainable opportunities are everywhere.


Posted by: Chris Moline, LEED AP at May 21, 2009 11:14 AM

Is there a recipe available to make these logs at home?


Posted by: Laura at January 6, 2008 12:56 PM

How can I order cases of Java Logs. Our local store says they are seasonal and they can't order any more. I use them in our fire pit in the back yard and we love them and our neighbors don't complain about the smoke or smell. Please reply! Janice King


Posted by: Janice King at May 11, 2006 12:49 PM

A sweet smell though!


Posted by: Jay Brewer at November 8, 2005 10:31 PM

no coffee smell? dang!


Posted by: Jeffrey Spencer at November 8, 2005 11:21 AM
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» Java-Log - Hard, Brown, and Fiery from Gizmodo
When Time magazine says something is the coolest thing in the world, you have to be wary, but those eagle-eyed futurists have hit one out of the park. The Java-Log is a lump of compressed coffee grounds and offers: a...[Read More]

» Java-Log - Hard, Brown, and Fiery from Gizmodo
When Time magazine says something is the coolest thing in the world, you have to be wary, but those eagle-eyed futurists have hit one out of the park. The Java-Log is a lump of compressed coffee grounds and offers: a...[Read More]

» Java-Log - Hard, Brown, and Fiery from Gizmodo
When Time magazine says something is the coolest thing in the world, you have to be wary, but those eagle-eyed futurists have hit one out of the park. The Java-Log is a lump of compressed coffee grounds and offers: a...[Read More]

» Java-Log - Hard, Brown, and Fiery from Gizmodo
When Time magazine says something is the coolest thing in the world, you have to be wary, but those eagle-eyed futurists have hit one out of the park. The Java-Log is a lump of compressed coffee grounds and offers: a...[Read More]

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