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  • City government imposes new paper tax on Vancouver retailers and coffee shops

    In the throes of the pandemic, even Mensa members are confused by public health orders. Inflation is slowing even for the stingy. It seems that what we need the least is more interference, and what we cannot afford is the least. More expenses. The semi-smart plan that prevented us from using plas...
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  • McDonald & Essity collaborate on paper cup recycling program

    Essity’s Tork brand and its logistics partner HAVI will oversee a recycling project that involves turning McDonald’s beverages, milkshakes and ice cream cups into toilet paper, a pilot project in Germany. According to the two companies, this pilot program, which began in 2020, shows that paper cu...
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  • The best and worst take-away coffee cups on earth, ranked

    During the pandemic, many of us became experts in making coffee (even making lattes and cappuccinos) at home. However, if you were vaccinated earlier this year, a major benefit may be that you visit the local coffee shop again to get the daily caffeine restorer. Hallelujah! But after drinking a c...
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  • Travel mugs are now more and more welcomed

    We only recommend products that we like and we think you will also like. Travel paper cups allow you to easily enjoy your favorite beverages during the journey. The best ceramic travel mugs are designed with convenience and functionality in mind. That is, they all have safety covers. Their capaci...
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  • These people in Toronto want you to quit disposable coffee cups

    Katherine Martinko is an expert in sustainable living. She has a degree in English Literature and History from the University of Toronto. The mission of the two Toronto entrepreneurs is to change the way you drink coffee. For the past four years, Dream Zero co-founders Scott Morrison and Ryan Dy...
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  • Israel tax on single-use plastic products, including disposable paper cup

    On Monday, Israel boldly entered a new era of environmental awareness, reducing its carbon footprint, although it meant stepping on the feet of some citizens. The tax on single-use plastic products came into effect on Monday, proving to the world that Israel’s pollution problem is as serious as t...
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  • Disposable coffee cups: How much impact do they have on the environment?

    The new report of the Environmental Audit Committee highlights the environmental issues related to the consumption of hot takeaway drinks In a report released on Friday, the Environmental Audit Committee developed a strategy for the UK to deal with the waste caused by the British public’s love of...
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  • How Is The Future Of Double Wall Paper Cup

    The research report on the double wall paper cup market aims to gain insight into the vertical growth prospects of the industry during the research period. In addition, the research provides reliable and up-to-date information about the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the industry’s sala...
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  • How to deal with disposable coffee cups? Turn them into useful products

    The debate about disposable coffee cups has been going on for some time, involving governments, coffee chains, fast food brands and environmental organizations around the world. It should be the same. The UK alone uses more than 2.5 billion disposable paper coffee cups every year—enough to go aro...
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  • Starbucks Is Following McDonald’s And IKEA In Eliminating Plastic Straws Altogether

    Following in the footsteps of McDonald’s and IKEA, Starbucks announced today that it will stop using single-use plastic straws in its 28,000 stores worldwide by 2020, replacing them with strapless “suction cup LIDS” and straws made from environmentally friendly materials. Starbu...
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  • Disposable Paper Cups Are Convenient But Not Safe?

    Disposable paper cups are common items in our daily life. Many people think disposable paper cups are simple and convenient, and they are thrown away after use. In fact, there is a lot of controversy about disposable paper cups. For example, is it bad for your health? Can it be used for hot drink...
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  • Starbucks Is Following McDonald’s And IKEA In Eliminating Plastic Straws Altogether

    Following in the footsteps of McDonald’s and IKEA, Starbucks announced today that it will stop using single-use plastic straws in its 28,000 stores worldwide by 2020, replacing them with strapless “suction cup LIDS” and straws made from environmentally friendly materials.   Star...
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