How to deal with the plastic straw ban?

The European Commission on Monday proposed banning single-use plastic products, putting the burden of cleaning up waste on manufacturers in an effort to reduce marine litter.

Plastic ban in certain products: where alternatives are readily available and affordable, single-use plastic products will be banned from the market. The ban will apply to plastic cotton buds, cutlery, plates, straws, drink stirrers and sticks for balloons which will all have to be made exclusively from more sustainable materials instead. Single-use drinks containers made with plastic will only be allowed on the market if their caps and lids remain attached;

McDonald's, starbucks and Disney will stop using single-use plastic straws.

silicone straw

How to deal with the plastic straw ban?

  • Use environmentally friendly materials reusable silicone straw, metal straw, glass straw or Natural wood straw instead of plastic straws.

    But you must think that these materials are not easy to carry, so the collapsible silicone straw is your best choose. it collapsible and easy clean.

  • Bring your own reusable water bottle, cup or coffee mug etc.

  • Pay more, use a reusable no sucker lids required.