Dunkin' recently unveiled The Home That Runs on Dunkin' as an innovative living space powered by spent coffee grounds.
For a short time, the tiny home was set up in NYC's Madison Square Park, featuring a custom-made biofuel by Blue Marble that was made with 80% Dunkin' coffee oil and 20% alcohol for efficient burning. The modern home included all of the essentials for comfortable living, including a fully functional kitchen and a bedroom, as well as luxuries like a jacuzzi tub and a stylish home design created with the help of Olivia Wilde.
Recently, Dunkin' Donuts officially dropped the "Donuts" from its name and is now simply going by Dunkin'. This change is in line with the company emphasizing how it serves coffee quickly, as is The Home That Runs on Dunkin'.
The Home That Runs on Dunkin' is Fueled by Spent Coffee Grounds
Laura McQuarrie — October 9, 2018 — Eco
References: dunkinathome & prnewswire