My Plastic-free Life - Topic: Styrofoam/Polystyrene NYC Ban http://myplasticfreelife.com/forum/plastic-news/styrofoampolystyrene-nyc-ban/ Simple:Press Version 5.6.7 webdangol223 on Styrofoam/Polystyrene NYC Ban http://myplasticfreelife.com/forum/plastic-news/styrofoampolystyrene-nyc-ban/#p1562 Plastic News http://myplasticfreelife.com/forum/plastic-news/styrofoampolystyrene-nyc-ban/#p1562 This is a good job.I liked it.SmileSmile

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intcopan on Styrofoam/Polystyrene NYC Ban http://myplasticfreelife.com/forum/plastic-news/styrofoampolystyrene-nyc-ban/#p1424 Plastic News http://myplasticfreelife.com/forum/plastic-news/styrofoampolystyrene-nyc-ban/#p1424 Are you still in trouble with expanded polystyrene recycling? We provide total solution to recycle EPS(Expanded polystyrene). Our factory manufacture EPS compactor and purchase back waste compacted EPS with high price. Then we use the the EPS to make frame products. Recycling polystyrene foam plastic is a huge business opportunity. It is not only beautifying environment but also bring you big profits.

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Natalie on Styrofoam/Polystyrene NYC Ban http://myplasticfreelife.com/forum/plastic-news/styrofoampolystyrene-nyc-ban/#p1408 Plastic News http://myplasticfreelife.com/forum/plastic-news/styrofoampolystyrene-nyc-ban/#p1408 The ban on polystyrene has gone through in NYC. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/.....iners.html.  I think this is very exciting news!  It doesn't go through immediately; if the opponents of the ban can find a way for NYC to recycle styrofoam in the next year, then it won't go into effect.  This still doesn't get rid of the problem of single-use containers, and the alternatives might not be ideal. http://gothamist.com/2013/04/0.....ges_on.php.  My understanding is that, in addition to being slower to degrade, it is worse for your health.  According to this guide that I got from this blog (http://myplasticfreelife.com/p....._guide.pdf), 

"Styrene can leach from polystyrene plastic.

Styrene is toxic to the brain and nervous system, among workers with longer-term exposures,15,16 but also has been found to adversely affect red blood cells, liver, kid- neys and stomach in animal studies.17 Aside from exposure from food containers, children can be exposed to styrene from secondhand cigarette smoke, off-gassing of building materials, auto exhaust fumes and drinking water. "

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