Bloomberg Now Considering Ban on Styrofoam

by SunnyRight on February 7, 2013

Hey, New Yorkers? Heckuva job giving this guy three terms.

The Bloomberg administration is considering banning Styrofoam cups and containers — popular at thousands of delis and food carts across the city— as it prepares to roll out a major recycling announcement in the coming weeks, a Sanitation Department official said yesterday. …

Mayor Bloomberg last year set a goal of recycling 30 percent of the city’s household trash by 2017, up from 15 percent now.

Because clearly New York’s biggest problem is an excess of styrofoam cups and carry-out containers. Why, get rid of those and the city’s paradise on Earth.

I’m waiting for Bloomberg to ban oxygen because it allows human beings to live, and the existence of human beings has a terribly adverse impact on the environment. You know, for the children. And polar bears.

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