Starbucks: Those Straw-Less Lids Have One Critical Flaw… Whoops!

Written by Wes Walker on July 16, 2018

It ain’t easy dancing to the tune of Social Justice Bullies! Even when you try to comply, you can still earn their ire.

Starbucks has been working really hard to keep those activists happy. But every time they turn around someone gets upset.

There was that incident in Philly, where two men were loitering and asked to leave.

That resulted in a half-day off of work (with lost revenue, obviously) for sensitivity training, or whatever we’re calling it these days.

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Then the open-doors washroom policy led to an issue of it being abused by vagrants, drug users, and other non-customers.

But this time, they can’t possibly get it wrong. They’re leading the charge on going ‘straw-less’.

It’s a slam dunk, right?

How can you possibly botch an environmentalist issue like that one? Right?

Oh, they found a way.

A simple experiment claims to reveal that Starbucks planned switch to strawless lids in an effort to environmental threat to oceans will actually require the use of more plastic than its previous use of straws with traditional lids, based on weighing the different possible combinations.

The experiment was conducted by Christian Britschgi, assistant editor of Reason, an editorially independent publication of the Reason Foundation, which is a national, non-profit research and educational organization.

‘Customers are at best breaking even under Starbucks’ strawless scheme, or they are adding between .32 and .88 grams to their plastic consumption per drink,’ Britschgi argued in the article.
Source: DailMail

Starbuck was quick to reply that they really were doing a good thing because it’s a different kind of plastic. One that’s better for the environment.

And also, because straws fall through the recycling equipment, but this won’t.

Will that matter to the environmental fire-breathers? Or will they be denounced as ‘sinners’ over their new lids, too?

There is just no pleasing some people.

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