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Styrofoam is a dying medium clearly not dying fast enough. It is a great deal but no matter how you try to justify it, styrofoam is bad for the environment even if you properly recycle it. Just google search statistics, especially in the ocean and the metric tons found in everything from fish to floating "waste" islands that're floating islands of debris in the middle of oceans.

I admit I could do better in regard to reducing my footprint but styrofoam is where I draw the line, there are MANY alternatives out there that're just as easy for me to click and buy. I know I'm going to get downvoted but thought I should at least try to get people to think before they shop.
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You made a compelling argument. I just canceled my order.
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Also, it's known as a carcinogen. Especially, when you put a hot food or drink in a Styrofoam container, the heat will dissolve styro & dioxin to mix with the food. No, thanks for a free cancer. EEK!EEK!EEK!
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Nice cheap and useful filler to hit my 5 S&S discount.
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In for 6, cheaper than. Sams club which is $10 for 300
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Thanks ordered some
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Thanks, that's one additional item towards total 5 s&s items
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Styrofoam is a dying medium clearly not dying fast enough. It is a great deal but no matter how you try to justify it, styrofoam is bad for the environment even if you properly recycle it. Just google search statistics, especially in the ocean and the metric tons found in everything from fish to floating "waste" islands that're floating islands of debris in the middle of oceans.

I admit I could do better in regard to reducing my footprint but styrofoam is where I draw the line, there are MANY alternatives out there that're just as easy for me to click and buy. I know I'm going to get downvoted but thought I should at least try to get people to think before they shop.
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In for 6, cheaper than. Sams club which is $10 for 300
Are you saying for $10, I don't have to clean any dishes for almost a year?
Entirely just kidding. I love the planet.
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Styrofoam is a dying medium clearly not dying fast enough. It is a great deal but no matter how you try to justify it, styrofoam is bad for the environment even if you properly recycle it. Just google search statistics, especially in the ocean and the metric tons found in everything from fish to floating "waste" islands that're floating islands of debris in the middle of oceans.

I admit I could do better in regard to reducing my footprint but styrofoam is where I draw the line, there are MANY alternatives out there that're just as easy for me to click and buy. I know I'm going to get downvoted but thought I should at least try to get people to think before they shop.
Thanks for this. I'm glad California banned styrofoam for take out food, but I was bummed to see styrofoam products still on the shelves of places.

I try my best to be eco-friendly and less damaging to the environment; I use reusable tote bags for my groceries, reusable mesh bags (check amazon) for my produce, a 30oz stainless steel tumblr for when I wanna grab a drink at a gas station, and a stainless steel container for my lunches at work. These are small, helpful things that will help make an impact on the earth.

Please reconsider purchasing this trash if you're tempted to make a purchase. You're part of the problem.
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Styrofoam is a dying medium clearly not dying fast enough. It is a great deal but no matter how you try to justify it, styrofoam is bad for the environment even if you properly recycle it. Just google search statistics, especially in the ocean and the metric tons found in everything from fish to floating "waste" islands that're floating islands of debris in the middle of oceans.

I admit I could do better in regard to reducing my footprint but styrofoam is where I draw the line, there are MANY alternatives out there that're just as easy for me to click and buy. I know I'm going to get downvoted but thought I should at least try to get people to think before they shop.
You made a compelling argument. I just canceled my order.
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Styrofoam is a dying medium clearly not dying fast enough. It is a great deal but no matter how you try to justify it, styrofoam is bad for the environment even if you properly recycle it. Just google search statistics, especially in the ocean and the metric tons found in everything from fish to floating "waste" islands that're floating islands of debris in the middle of oceans.

I admit I could do better in regard to reducing my footprint but styrofoam is where I draw the line, there are MANY alternatives out there that're just as easy for me to click and buy. I know I'm going to get downvoted but thought I should at least try to get people to think before they shop.
Also, it's known as a carcinogen. Especially, when you put a hot food or drink in a Styrofoam container, the heat will dissolve styro & dioxin to mix with the food. No, thanks for a free cancer. EEK!EEK!EEK!
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Are you saying for $10, I don't have to clean any dishes for almost a year?
Entirely just kidding. I love the planet.
Hahaha
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Dead..
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Also, it's known as a carcinogen. Especially, when you put a hot food or drink in a Styrofoam container, the heat will dissolve styro & dioxin to mix with the food. No, thanks for a free cancer. EEK!EEK!EEK!
it's FREE!!!
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Looks like these are not biodegradable. Help the environment and go for these biodegradable bowls instead Peace

https://smile.amazon.com/Earths-N...00IWOJT0S/
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