Peak Speak: Banning Disposable Coffee Cups?

Peak Speak: Banning Disposable Coffee Cups?


As you may have heard, recently one
option that the city brought up to reducing waste is getting rid of
disposable coffee cups. So we asked people, how do you feel about Vancouver getting rid of disposable coffee cups? It could be kind of unrealistic in the long
term because people don’t want to buy the mugs sometimes if you go to Starbucks
you don’t want to bring your own mug. Most people don’t do that. They’re on the go–like they want to go to work They wanna, just like, get the coffee and
go. I think it’s always a great idea to move towards having more reusable
options like I think like the idea of moving away from plastic bags and
carrying around tote bags it wouldn’t be any less similar than like bringing your
own mugs to coffee shops or something like that so I think it’s a really good idea
and it definitely like it contributes a lot of waste, so it would be good to cut
down on it. Yeah, I feel it’s good for the environment. That’s a good idea. I feel like if businesses switch to more like organic friendly material for their
cups, it will be a better option because most Vancouver people are very like
mentally active in like their organic sense, so it would be best for
companies to change to this kind of alternative option. I think it is a great
move that we’re going for the zero waste on the basis of coffee cans, reusable
coffee cans. But to be realistic I feel like unless we find an alternative
solution to like decompostable coffee cups maybe, I think we will have to
stick to this realistically but if people prefer to go for reasonable mugs and coffee mugs to carry, then I think that would be a great way to deal with the problem you

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