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Good job, these will sit in a landfill for centuries
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Good job, these will sit in a landfill for centuries
I'm all about saving the Earth and I recycle everything possible.

Please check your facts and report all the facts. Not your biased, one-sided opinion.
http://www.hefty.com/sustainabili...s-on-foam/
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These are 3.2 cents each

Costco has them on sale for 2.6 cents each
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I'm all about saving the Earth and I recycle everything possible.

Please check your facts and report all the facts. Not your biased, one-sided opinion.
http://www.hefty.com/sustainabili...s-on-foam/
Umm, your link doesn't contradict that statement. Hefty's facts on foam talk about the cost of recycling and overall environmental impact based on the overall lifecycle, not how long the foam sits in the landfill. In fact, it does not address that statement whatsoever.

Not that I am opposed to foam. In for 2.
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Sorry! We are unable to create a subscription at this time because Hefty Everyday Foam Bowls (White, Soak Proof, 12 Ounce, 50 Count) is out of stock.
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I'm all about saving the Earth and I recycle everything possible.

Please check your facts and report all the facts. Not your biased, one-sided opinion.
http://www.hefty.com/sustainabili...s-on-foam/
Didn't realize many people still bought styrofoam Thumbdown And I don't think quoting the Hefty(the manufacturer) website is really legit Nono as they are of course going to say as little make it sound trivial.

"Styrofoam easily breaks into small bits. Small land and aquatic animals eating these pieces die due to toxins and blockage of their stomachs leading to starvation Sadwalk , according to Los Angeles Times.
This, combined with the fact that Styrofoam is lightweight and therefore floats, means that over time a great deal of polystyrene has accumulated along coasts and waterways around the world. It is one of the main components of marine debris.
Given its porous nature it absorbs many other carcinogenic pollutants in the sea water like DDT produced in other countries, according to Los Angeles Times.
Much of it sinks to the bottom of the sea where it pollutes the seabed. When the fish eat toxic materials in Styrofoam and the additional pollutants it absorbs, the chemicals bioaccumulate and can harm people who consume this seafood Sick according to the Los Angeles Times."

I am by no means living green, but I kind of draw the line on styrofoam. And yeah I know no one cares what I think Head Bang Tvhappy
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