After retiring as a Seattle public school science teacher, BioWilly set out to create a sustainably run nano-roastery. Seeking out importers who have close relationships with micro-lot farmers, BioWilly aims to produce the best possible coffee roast with the smallest possible impact on the environment.
BioWilly has been committed to sustainability since 1976, when he installed one of the first residential solar systems in Seattle. In 2005 he started one of the first local biodiesel refineries and co-ops in his garage. The roastery is powered by solar panels, and solar hot water and high-efficiency heating and cooling systems. Deliveries are made by electric vehicle and bicycle.
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