There has been a paradigm shift in the disposal of foam coolers and this new, more practical method is to recycle them instead of throwing them away.
Today's foam coolers are made from a space-age material called expanded polystyrene (EPS for short) and are ideal for recycling.
In a time when such cool boxes were known by the nickname “foam”, no one batted an eye when they were cheap, fragile, damaged, or left lying on the beach or dumped into the environment to serve as bad eye tracks that could even be dangerous. natural wildlife (some animals will tear to foam and choke to pieces).
Raising public awareness has made available resources for recycling foam coolers (switching to other products) more readily available, making even dumping them in the trash an unnecessary waste. Local and regional disposal service providers have started to integrate the necessary logistics, and for areas not covered, people can leave the facilities concerned or simply send recyclable materials by mail to the appropriate service providers.
However, in these wiser days of environmental awareness, doing such a thing is simply not sanctioned, and for good reason.
Young people today are well informed about the importance of protecting the environment and how careless waste can ultimately affect the life cycle that inevitably affects humans as natural wildlife.