A cup made of polystyrene, the generic name for Styrofoam, makes it away across the sands of Crandon Park before a reporter deposited it in the trash. A proposed Miami-Dade law would ban polystyrene from county parks like Crandon.
A cup made of polystyrene, the generic name for Styrofoam, makes it away across the sands of Crandon Park before a reporter deposited it in the trash. A proposed Miami-Dade law would ban polystyrene from county parks like Crandon. DOUGLAS HANKS dhanks@miamiherald.com
A cup made of polystyrene, the generic name for Styrofoam, makes it away across the sands of Crandon Park before a reporter deposited it in the trash. A proposed Miami-Dade law would ban polystyrene from county parks like Crandon. DOUGLAS HANKS dhanks@miamiherald.com

Styrofoam ban coming to parks ... but what will happen to our Cuban coffee?

June 07, 2016 6:48 PM