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Earth Brands Blog #2 - Welcome to the future

Earth Brands Blog #2 - Welcome to the future

We’re back to give our fans and followers a long-awaited progress update. There’s some pretty amazing stuff we have been working on and we are so excited to share everything with you.

CBS - Earth Cups Takes Aim At Beer Pong And Beyond With Environmentally Friendly Alternative To Most Single-Use Cups

CBS - Earth Cups Takes Aim At Beer Pong And Beyond With Environmentally Friendly Alternative To Most Single-Use Cups

Making sustainability cool is the goal of a new business venture born out of a Long Island garage by Nassau County college students.

Newsday - 21-year-old LI entrepreneur takes on ubiquitous red Solo cups

Newsday - 21-year-old LI entrepreneur takes on ubiquitous red Solo cups

Long Island college student Michael Medvedev is warehousing 100,000 biodegradable cups in his mother’s Albertson garage. He founded Earth Cups to compete with the much bigger company that makes red Solo plastic cups.


Krost - SUPPORT YOUR PLANET WITH EARTH CUPS

Krost - SUPPORT YOUR PLANET WITH EARTH CUPS

As sustainability becomes increasingly more important in our everyday lives, everyone is looking for a way to make their own impact, and we’ve recently found a way for you to do just that – Earth Cups. 

Will they drink to that? Williams College student working to make beer pong Earth-friendly

Will they drink to that? Williams College student working to make beer pong Earth-friendly

WILLIAMSTOWN — After decades of plastic pollution at college campuses, a Williams College junior finally has figured out how to make beer pong Earth-friendly.

It’s pretty simple, really, and could foreshadow similar efforts in other venues.

Michael Medvedev has embarked on a nonprofit venture to bring compostable plastic cups made from corn resin — cups that decompose in about 90 days — to students at Williams College and, hopefully, to other college students at campuses near and far. The manufacturing process uses half the water and half the carbon and less energy consumption than the manufacture of...


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