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Changing the shape and construction avoids the inherent constraints of the conventional cup.

Changing the shape and construction avoids the inherent constraints of the conventional cup.

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Kevin commented on Microcellular Foaming Bioplastic Cup

Good job of joining up the dots differently, I would like to discuss with you, the creating of an insulated lid for my patented cups and containers. Looking forward to chatting with you and possibly working together. Thanks. Kevin

Hello What an amazing new product you have, I would be very interested in using your product in my designs. I believe that the only better thing than using new more sustainable materials is using them in newly designed products that are vastly better for sustainability. My takeaway cups and disruptive beverage bottles system have a patent pending in Canada. The exact duplicate application has been approved in the USA. By combining your great sustainability numbers with mine, I think the comparisons to existing products of the same type, will be very impressive. Hope to chat with you and possibly team up. Cheers Kevin

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Kevin commented on Huskup - The Closed Loop Coffee Cup

You and I are on the same page, design to use all wastes we can, before cutting down one tree. I sourced a paper from Thailand a while ago and it is made almost entirely from the wastes you are discussing. It looks great and is fairly strong. Can just imagine that in a thicker version it would be more than robust enough to make a strong cup. Cheers and good luck Kevin