(CNN Money)– Starbucks is going strawless.
The coffee company announced Monday that it will phase out plastic straws from all of its stores by 2020.
The changes will help Starbucks eliminate more than 1 billion plastic straws per year, the company said.
Plastic straws contribute to ocean pollution and pose a danger to marine life. Some governments have begun banning them.
To eliminate straws, Starbucks is transitioning from the flat, plastic lids that require them, to ones that feature a raised lip you can drink from. The new designs have drawn comparisons to an adult "sippy cup."
Frappuccino drinks will still be served with dome lids, but with straws made from paper or compostable plastic. Coffee drinkers who prefer straws for other beverages can request the new eco-friendly versions.
Some Starbucks drinks, like cold brew with cold foam, are already served in cups with strawless lids.
Starbucks will begin rolling out the new lids for all drinks this fall, starting with stores in Vancouver, Canada, and Seattle.