How Used Chopsticks Are Turned Into Tables, Tiles, And Other Furniture

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daftcunt's picture
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Now here is a novel idea, ban one way chopsticks and make restaurants provide reusable ones. 

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stokkebye's picture

Trying to solve a problem that is not a problem and make money doing it = First world problems!

Chopsticks are biodegradable and renewable. What is the fucking problem?

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Maybe not that of a big deal in the US, but take Chinas population and it amounts to quite a few trees.

In china they use 80 billion chop sticks a year or 1.18 million square meters of forest every year.

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danman's picture
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there's 370 billion square meters (37 million hectares) of bamboo in China & the number's been increasing for the past 50 years.

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daftcunt's picture
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Of course the village idiot cometh along with a stupid comment.

They have to be manufactured, packed, transported, disposed of.
All this is unnecessary for something that can be used various times if manufactured accordingly.

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stokkebye's picture

Oh, so this addresses all of that? Do you even think before puking comments on this site? The better solution would be reusable sticks. Dumbcunt. Not using more resources to solve a problem that is not a problem(disposal). They are biodegradable. Dumbcunt.

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Well if it is biogegradalbe it's all honkydory then....

This site is more amusing with you in it, I must say.

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vinzent's picture

Looks pretty racist. I don't think people should buy things unless they are made by africans and eskimos obv.

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