CEI Today: Cancer risk from foam cups?, the growing irrelevance of US climate policy, and the regulatory recession
CANCER RISK - ANGELA LOGOMASINI
Openmarket.org: Cancer Risks Unlikely From Foam Cups
Whatever happened to plastic foam coffee cups? Visit any to-go coffee shop and you will most likely only find paper cups that burn your hands and let your coffee go cold.
Cups made with polystyrene foam are disappearing from the marketplace because a bevy of misinformation about their environmental effects, including claims styrene — the chemical used to make them — is a carcinogen. > Read the full commentary on Openmarket.org
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