The big box retailer blamed the unappetizing incident on a "misunderstanding."
“Let’s do prank calls.” I was feeling rather bored at a seventh grade sleepover birthday party, and I realized I would have
"This stuff is an environmental and public health pollutant, and we have to reduce its use.”
A state bill, however, prevented lawmakers from passing more comprehensive legislation.
Has the Chik-fil-A "We make Benches out of our Styrofoam cups" ad appeared on your social media yet? When it hit mine, I had to respond to Chik-Fil-A publicly so they don't get away with this misleading polystyrene propaganda.
Metallic microlattice is the lightest material known to science. It’s 99.9% air by volume and 100 times lighter than Styrofoam
The public's increased awareness of the environmental impact of material disposal has led to support for measures such as New York's styrofoam ban. It has also led to a certain amount of moralizing and anti-consumption ideology that, in my view, is less useful.
Love, hate, pleasure, fascination. These are the shared conceptual territories explored in the stylistically disparate practices of painter Sandra Low and painter/sculptor Jaime Scholnick -- showing together for the first time at the Rio Hondo College Art Gallery in Cultural Gumbo.
** According to Leigh Overland Architects, a design concept called insulated concrete form (ICF) employs a Styrofoam-like
This article was updated after publication to note that "Styrofoam" is a brand name specific to a type of polystyrene product
"While businesses large and small across the country are finding ways to conserve energy, reduce waste and recycle, Speaker
There are so many reasons why Dunkin' Donuts shouldn't use styrofoam cups. It's bad for the environment, it's bad for animals, and it causes human health issues.
Go into Jamba Juice today and you'll find something new. Your drink will be served in a specially designed double-walled paper cup.
The synagogues in which I have served and presently serve struggle with these same issues that every institution faces. Making
The students took collective action to request a ban on polystyrene food trays after they learned during a class trip to a Los Angeles recycling center that food contaminated polystyrene does not get recycled; instead it goes straight to the dump.
Delaying the citywide ban on Styrofoam is an act of urban cowardice. It is not only a betrayal of the environment, but of the people as well.