Ban branded "paper" cups of McDonalds

Ban branded "paper" cups of McDonalds

From Amanda Clemons

Restaurants of the McDonalds food chain in Russia prohibit the use of reusable tableware brought by the client instead of branded "paper" cups.

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Paper cups are one of the most troublesome packaging products of our time. Manufactured in hundreds of thousands, they cause irreparable damage to the environment: the paper base of the cups is covered with a layer of plastic film, which prevents the paper from decomposing freely and, moreover, quickly goes into the microplastic stage. Cups are not recyclable, they are not reused.

Many restaurants and cafes respond to the wishes of customers to pour the drink into their containers, and even offer a discount for "green behavior". In the McDonalds chain, this is prohibited in Russia, although in other European countries such an opportunity exists.

Given the number of clients the company has, such an irresponsible attitude to environmental problems turns out to be unacceptable.

So I'm ready to take away my Best Single Stage Reloading Press and organize a meeting!

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