Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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39 Overport Dve

Overport Dve

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.824475

30.993858

1 Dwerg St

Dwerg St

Johannesburg

2011

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.21068

28.09273

Evelyn Rd

3 Evelyn Prk

Evelyn Rd

Steenberg

7945

Western Cape

South Africa

-34.060502

18.474116

Ryan St

Greenpoint Centre

Ryan St

Witbank

1035

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.8878

29.2219

3 Celsius St

Celsius St

Middelburg

1050

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.790951

29.487671

16 St

Unit 17 N1 Ind Prk

16 St

Elsies River

7480

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.916454

18.568613

12 Hagart Rd

Hagart Rd

Pinetown

3600

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.825133

30.857288

5 Sim St

Sim St

Kempton Park

1619

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.09725

28.25425

Coronation Walk

Unti 5a

Coronation Walk

Durban

4092

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.905749

30.894125

11 Haupt Street

Haupt Street

Port Elizabeth

6061

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-33.92388

25.59318

36 Collier Av

Collier Av

Durban

4092

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.902608

30.918642999999975

98d Bofors Crcle

Bofors Crcle

Epping Ind

7475

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.93276

18.56418

13 Osmium St

Osmium St

Carletonville

2500

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.355496

27.396817

10 Station St

Station St

Johannesburg

2011

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.20668

28.09785

225 Vermeulen St

Noordvaal Bldg

Vermeulen St

Pretoria

0001

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7453

28.18941

paper & plastic cups, containe...

30 Waterfall Ave

Waterfall Ave

Nelspruit

1201

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.495426

31.00225

paper & plastic cups, containe...

1 Woodlands Dr

Woodlands Dr

Sandton

2191

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.05725

28.08859

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22 Railway Road

25 Fortune Park

Railway Road

Milnerton

7441

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.87888

18.521086

Plastic Cups

Plastic cups are cups which are made out of different kinds of plastic. Some plastic cups are softer and malleable, while others are hard enough not to break when dropped on the floor.
 
The typical plastic cup is meant to hold liquids like water, cold drink, tea and coffee. However, if the liquid in the cup is too hot, the softer plastic cup may warp. These cups also come in various colours and sizes. Most people would use plastic cups for little children who usually drop their containers. They are also used at picnics or informal gatherings like at a braai where it is inconvenient to wash dishes after the event.

Most plastic cups contain a resin identification numerical code underneath the cup. Other accessories sometimes also accompany the plastic cup, especially at fast food outlets. These cups may be printed with the company logo and even have a cap over the cup. Other outlets may provide fancy drinking straws, especially when serving milkshakes in the cup.
 
Generally, the plastic cup should be used only once and then thrown away. This is harmful for the environment, as plastic by its nature takes longer to decompose. However, recycling efforts make it possible for the simple plastic cup to be used again once it is treated. This allows plastic cup manufacturers to make other plastic related items like, plastic bottles, plastic jars, plastic bags and even plastic buckets.
 
For more information about plastic cups, visit the Yellow Pages website.

Plastic Cups

Plastic cups are cups which are made out of different kinds of plastic. Some plastic cups are softer and malleable, while others are hard enough not to break when dropped on the floor.
 
The typical plastic cup is meant to hold liquids like water, cold drink, tea and coffee. However, if the liquid in the cup is too hot, the softer plastic cup may warp. These cups also come in various colours and sizes. Most people would use plastic cups for little children who usually drop their containers. They are also used at picnics or informal gatherings like at a braai where it is inconvenient to wash dishes after the event.

Most plastic cups contain a resin identification numerical code underneath the cup. Other accessories sometimes also accompany the plastic cup, especially at fast food outlets. These cups may be printed with the company logo and even have a cap over the cup. Other outlets may provide fancy drinking straws, especially when serving milkshakes in the cup.
 
Generally, the plastic cup should be used only once and then thrown away. This is harmful for the environment, as plastic by its nature takes longer to decompose. However, recycling efforts make it possible for the simple plastic cup to be used again once it is treated. This allows plastic cup manufacturers to make other plastic related items like, plastic bottles, plastic jars, plastic bags and even plastic buckets.
 
For more information about plastic cups, visit the Yellow Pages website.

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