Stop using styrofoam cups that kill animals!

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Jeffrey Tuttle
8 years ago
Here is a similar one to get Dunkin' Donuts moving on eliminating the use of styrofoam. I also posted some of the facts that Mia has provided here, in my comment on that petition:
https://www.change.org/petitions/dunkin-donuts-stop-using-styrofoam-cups-and-switch-to-a-more-eco-friendly-solution

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Jeffrey Tuttle
8 years ago
Congratulations Mia! Glad you succeeded!!

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Saul Monago
9 years ago
Jamba Juice please stop using Styrofoam cups that can kill several animals. They may think it food and they will eat it and die.

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Helen Jones
9 years ago
The world will eventually be covered in styrofoam!

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tommy hurst
9 years ago
styrofoam never deteriorates in nature...it lasts forever and the chemicals it releases harms just about everything it comes in contact with. it is time for us to help out the Earth that we have so polluted

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Jonathan Greenberg
9 years ago
Styrofoam containers should be replaced with recyclable ones or containers which break down quickly and safely in our environment. It would go a long way for Jamba Juice and other retailers, who currently use styrofoam, to switch to ecologically helpful containers. That would be good public relations for them instead of petitions against their policies.

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Joanne Gonzales
9 years ago
leaving a carbon footprint

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heather zimmerman
9 years ago
I like the environment, tired of waste, tired of money winning over health.

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JoLynne Anderson
9 years ago
We all should ban styrofoam!!

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Sven Orozco
9 years ago
Because I care about sealife and their continued survival.