Do you know styrofoam?
Styrofoam is a trademarked brand of closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam (XPS), commonly called “Blue Board” manufactured as foam continuous building insulationboard used in walls, roofs, and foundations as thermal insulation and water barrier. This material is light blue in color and is owned and manufactured by The Dow Chemical Company.
The colloquial use of the word styrofoam refers to another material that is usually white in color and made of expanded (not extruded) polystyrene foam (EPS). It is often used in disposable coffee cups and coolers, and as cushioning material in packaging. The trademarked term is used generically although it is a different material from the extruded polystyrene used for Styrofoam insulation.
The Styrofoam brand polystyrene foam, which is used for craft applications, can be identified by its roughness and the “crunch” it makes when cut. Additionally, it is moderately soluble in many organic solvents, cyanoacrylate, and the propellants and solvents of spray paint
I took that article from Wikipedia anyway 😉
This thing is useful for store anything, even safe for food, but several countries banned this styrofoam already, due to non-disposable.
Yes, because styrofoam can’t dispose itself even after 1000 years.
Same as my love for you, at least I need to wait after 1000 years to stop loving you.