We, the students of Acalanes High School in Lafayette, California, and our surrounding neighbors, wish to limit the use of polystyrene at our school and throughout our community. What we commonly call styrofoam, is actually the most recognizable form of foam polystyrene packaging. Styrofoam
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Jim Littlefield West Coast Environmental Projects Director, Surfers' Environmental Alliance, United States2 years ago Comments: Styrofoam never degrades under normal environmental conditions as a petroleum product. Thus, it is a terrible environmental hazard to animals, marine and terrestrial that mistake small bits for food, thus poisoning themselves. It is also a notorious source of neighborhood, roadside, public space, waterway and beach litter.
Katie Marsen, Spain4 years ago Comments: -
Niki Maguire, United States7 years ago Comments: WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE THAT WE ARE CREATING AN ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS FOR THE VERY CHILDREN WE ARE TRYING TO EDUCATE
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