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  • One of the first tumblers used are beer mugs.
  • Etymologytumbler is thatoriginal glasses used as tumbler glasses had bases that either rounded out or came to a point, making them impossible to put down because they would 'tumble' over.
  • even if you chop them into tiny pieces they still take more than a human lifetime to decompose.

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  • 1. Which one do you use in drinking beverages? Water bottles - 21 Sodas in can - 6 Tumbler - 7
  • 2. average bottles they bought in a week6543 average bottles they bought in a week210 Water bottles
  • 3. Have you ever used a tumbler? Yes - 28 No - 7
  • 4.  In the 19th century, the first pressed-glass tumbler was manufactured. Carpenter came to a glass maker - Deming Jarves requested a glass of certain dimensions and shape. Jarves informed the man that such a glass couldnt possibly made. Carpenter suggested a machine could be made to press it into the correct shape. Jarves made the machine and produced the first tumbler, a rough proxy of todays modern tumbler glasses.
  • 5.  Contains Bisphenol A (BPA) - chemical used to make the plastic hard and clear. BPA is an endocrine disruptor which has been proven to be hazardous to human health.. Bottled drinks contain “polyvinyl chloride” that can cause reduced sperm count, testicular abnormality and tumors, and gender development issues.
  • 6.  Plastic bottle tops are currently not recyclable and as with plastic bags they often end up at the bottom of the ocean, and in the stomachs of a variety of animal species that mistake them for food. One albatross that was recently found dead on a Hawaiian island had a stomach full of 119 bottle caps.
  • 7.  Most of them are not recycled, They either end up lying stagnant in landfills, leaching dangerous chemicals into the ground, or they infiltrate our streets as litter.
  • 8.  Tumblers can be used again and again, preventing more productions of waste materials or plastic bottles. As the productions of plastics are lessened, this gives us a higher rate to restore and to help preserve the environment.
  • 9.  This can save a lot of money. It comes up with different sizes, and designs. Can hold hot/cold beverages.
  • 10.  Polyvinyl choloride (PVC - #3) Polystyrene – (PS #6)