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Commentary Adventures Against Take-Out Containers CarryYourCup.org It was a cold winter day, and the smell of coffee drew me inside the cafe area. Past the bookshelves, the greeting cards, and the small tables where people sat hunching towards their
Most paper cups available on the Chinese market would not meet the new national standard, which comes into effect on June 1, according to industry insiders. The country's first regulation on disposable cups will focus on raw materials, additives and
New Zealand's caffeine-loving public gets through about 180 million disposable cups a year. A typical New Zealand-made coffee cup begins life in the forests of Russia, after which a Finnish company coats the paper in plastic and ships it to Henderson,
Observer The spread of coffee -shop culture means it is perfectly normal to see someone going about their business clutching a disposable cup. Sadly, it's also normal to see these disposable cups spewing out of bins and knocking about on pavements.
EPA to require stores join disposable cup reduction campaign Central News Agency 2011-01-15 01:29 AM The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) will require starting May 1 that chain stores submit plans on how they are encouraging customers to
Coffee, beverage, convenience and fast food chain stores must submit disposable drinking cup reduction plans to the EPA before the end of this year detailing their discount or incentive programs for consumers who bring reusable containers," Wang said.