The Last Straw #infographic

 The Last Straw #infographic

In many ways, our wasteful activities are characterized by plastic straws, and become part of the plastic-free poster boy. We had a long history of straws made from plastic. From the drinking of vintage beer to the reed straws.

Using them to prevent the spread of disease in soda fountains in America. Certainly, the use of plastic strands has increased exponentially with the growth of fast food and takeaways. It is hard to imagine a burger meal sold worldwide without the accompaniment of plastic straw and soda.

Stranded plastic gets poor record. Such modern instruments are always ready to help us suck our drinks without putting cups in our mouths. We use it once and throw it away, probably entirely unessential (except due to physical constraints that might require it).

Yet times change. The times change. Industries are preferring to replace environmentally friendly paper straws or alternative ways. Consumers say' no.' Governments are trying to ban the plastic straws. Is the last straw of anything but? See chart below of our plastic straws.
 The Last Straw #infographic

infographic by: www.trvst.world

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