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Fort Meyers Beach Using phade straws

November 2, 2021

WinCup Applauds Fort Myers Beach’s Vote to Strengthen Straw Ban to Allow for Marine Biodegradable Solutions

Pivotal decision sets the bar for coastal communities nationwide seeking sustainable alternatives to traditional plastic straws by updating ordinance to encourage innovations like PHA bioplastics FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla. (November 2, 2021) – WinCup, Inc. applauds the community of Fort Myers Beach following the Town Council’s landmark decision to update its plastic straw ban ordinance to allow for marine biodegradable straw alternatives to help curb plastic pollution in the area. The new ordinance strengthens the city’s previous policy, which banned read more WinCup Applauds Fort Myers Beach’s Vote to Strengthen Straw Ban to Allow for Marine Biodegradable Solutions

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September 30, 2021

WinCup, Inc’s. phade® Straws and Stirrers to be a Proud Sponsor of the Atlanta Falcons® at Mercedes Benz Stadium

The most sustainable sports venue in the world to feature new phade® marine biodegradable and compostable straws and stirrers to advance sustainability initiatives STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (September 30, 2021) – WinCup, Inc., an Atlanta metro-based company, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Atlanta Falcons to introduce phade®, the world’s first marine biodegradable, home and industrial compostable drinking straws and stirrers to Mercedes-Benz Stadium beginning in August 2021.Falcons’ fans and other stadium attendees will be the latest beneficiaries of read more WinCup, Inc’s. phade® Straws and Stirrers to be a Proud Sponsor of the Atlanta Falcons® at Mercedes Benz Stadium

Americans with Disabilities Act

July 26, 2021

Emphasizing Inclusivity: National Disability Independence Day Highlights Importance of All Perspectives

For Americans living with disabilities, July has not one but two days of independence. The first is celebrated on July 4th to mark the independence of the American colonies from Britain. The second Independence Day is on July 26, commemorating a more recent and perhaps less widely recognized milestone – the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). President George H.W. Bush signed the ADA into law on July 26, 1990, “transform[ing] American society and enable[ing] a generation of Americans with read more Emphasizing Inclusivity: National Disability Independence Day Highlights Importance of All Perspectives