The Last Straw #infographic

The Last Straw #infographic
In many ways, plastic straws characterize our wasteful practices and become part of the plastic-free movement poster kid. We had a long history with plastic straws. From ancient beer drinking to reed straws.

By using them to avoid spreading disease in America's soda fountains. Naturally, there has been an extremely high increase in the use of plastic strands with the development of fast food and takeaways. It's hard to imagine a burger meal sold worldwide without plastic straw and soda being accompanied.

Plastic stranded gets a poor rap. These modern tools are always ready to help us suck our drinks without putting cups in our mouths. We use it once and throw it away, possibly completely unessential (except because of physical restrictions that might require it).

But times are changing. The times are changing. Companies choose to replace eco-friendly paper straws or alternative ways. Consumers are saying' no.' Governments are working to ban straws made of plastic. Is all but the last straw time? See our plastic straws infographic below.

The Last Straw #infographic

infographic by: www.trvst.world

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