Polystyrene Foam Cups Recommended for Business

A recent study has found that single-use cups, such as polystyrene foam cups, benefit both the environment and the economy more-so than their re-usable cup

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Foam Products Make Sense

Michael Graham with 96.9 Boston Talks challenges the local decision in Brookline, MA to consider a foam ban. Graham says Brookline doesn’t understand the foam

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Do Foam Bans Harm Small Businesses More Than Help the Environment?

Portland, Maine is on the eve of banning polystyrene foam. On June 18, 2012 the city council voted to draft an ordinance to ban all

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Dunkin’ Donuts – Now Exploring In-Store Foam Recycling Programs

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Dunkin’ Donuts, in the center of Secaucus, New Jersey, quickly switched back to using foam cups after customers complained that paper cups were too hot

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Foam Bans will Hurt Small Business

In the heart of California’s farm country, BJ’s Kountry Kitchen is famous for its breakfast, specifically its crowd-pleasing cheesy omelet.  BJ’s Kountry Kitchen uses thousands

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Is Paper Really Greener?

When it comes to finding the best cups for your business, different materials bring different benefits. Starbucks uses high-quality paper cups with cardboard sleeves, while

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Why Foam Bans Don’t Work

The misperception that PS foam is bad for the environment is largely based on improper disposal (also known as littering), which is highly visible. The

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