Here is a blog post comparing paper, metal, and cloth filters and the coffee they produce. Read on to find out what makes these filters so fundamentally different from each other, and why it's not just about the material used to make them.
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One the most important aspects of sustainable design is choosing the right raw-material or building block. When we compare paper filters to cloth filters, we're comparing trees and the cotton crop, as the basic building blocks.
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