Evegreen have developed an innovative method of creating bioplastic material for organic single-use plastic items, which are then easily compostable without additional processing. This gives the food processors a very valuable option for disposing of waste which turns a business expense into a green imperative. Natural Fibre Reinforced Biopolymer compounds are made of PBS, blended with natural, biodegradable fillers/biowaste, additives and compatibilisers, suitable for conventional injection-moulding and thermoforming processes. The material has many advantages over conventional bio-plastics: It is easy to process, has superior properties including the ability to withstand temperatures of 95 degrees, is fully biodegradable in domestic compost bins, as well as soil, and is low cost. They have been working with both an injection moulding company (Plastika Skaza d.o.o.) and an end-user (Atlantic Droga Kolinska d.o.o. - Slovenian coffee importer) to experiment with producing Natural Fibre Reinforced Biopolymer (NFRB) using coffee processing waste through conventional injection moulding machines to make cups, spoons and stirrers, and have achieved success in proof of concept work.