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The Disposable Cup

Summary: Plastic, Styrofoam, and paper cups are all good choices when one is on the go. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages; one may be more thermal, whereas one may be more expensive. Another may have a quicker decomposition rate, whereas one doesn't even biodegrade.
There are many disposable cups that are available in different materials. Plastic, Styrofoam, and paper cups are all good choices when one is on the go. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages; one may be more thermal, whereas one may be more expensive. Another may have a quicker decomposition rate, whereas one doesn't even biodegrade. Though the cups may serve the same purpose, they are very different.

One choice when using a disposable cup are paper cups. Long ago, there were no drinking fountains in public places. There were only barrels that people had to drink out of using a stationary glass. Lawrence Luellen and Hugh Moore thought this act was unsanitary. They wanted to allow people to drink fresh water freely that were free of germs. Moore and Lullen decided to use paper cups to make clean water available to thirsty people in public which...

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