Styrofoam


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a light resilient foam of polystyrene

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When she succeeded in getting to the Styrofoam, she placed Zian Miles inside.
White Styrofoam topiary forms (or green forms sprayed white with white spray paint)
Styrofoam is no longer manufactured with CFC (notorious ozone-depleting chemical), but still uses HFCs (hydro fluorocarbons) that are still linked to depleting the ozone layer and affecting global warming.
The Styrofoam Stoppers worked closely with the Lake County School District and a local nonprofit, the Cloud City Conservation Center, to secure funds for environmentally friendly options to replace the harmful polystyrene, including reusable plates and cups.
This special Earth Day collection of Styrofoam is part of a six-month pilot project started by the Solid Waste Department in December 2015.
I demonstrated how to draw two lines with a pencil on the Styrofoam to act as cutting guides.
Dubai -- Even as the Ministry of Economy's Consumer Protection Department banned the use of styrofoam cups for serving hot and sour beverages last week, the Dubai Municipality on Sunday issued a statement saying they are perfectly safe.
As the participants in the Happening congregated, on one occasion, in what felt like a live replica of the ancient Laocoon sculpture; as they scattered across the museum's garden like the peasants in Brueghel's wedding picture; as a grove of sculptures grew around the Styrofoam quarry, we heard the message: It spoke of the urgent need for an unfiltered experience of artistic processes.
just don't let "Meadow" catch us drinking our beer out of these styrofoam cups.
A 10-year-old California girl, Mia Hansen, asked Jamba Juice to stop using Styrofoam after she received a smoothie in a Styrofoam cup.
With just days to go before this summer's London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Dow Building Solutions has revealed that its Styrofoam products will have a part to play.
Dow said Styrofoam plants in Illinois, Hungary and Portugal will close.
The company, a 50:50 joint venture between EA Juffali & Brothers and The Dow Chemical Company, has been producing the Styrofoam brand of extruded polystyrene thermal insulation boards since mid-1986.
According to the Associated Press a California State bill is being considered that would ban the use of Styrofoam containers in grocery stores.
It was constructed using Styrofoam and 650 tonnes of steel covered in white paint.