Pasadena Had the Chance to Recycle but Chose a Ban Instead

Pasadena, California, is further extending its foam ban to include all restaurants starting August 22nd. Their initial ban mandated that all city facilities and events

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San Francisco’s Foam Ban Goes Too Far

San Francisco has approved a new citywide law on its foam ban, making it the most extensive ban on foam in the U.S. The city

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Los Angeles Goes in the Wrong Direction with Foam Ban

Los Angeles’ Board of Supervisors met on August 2nd to discuss a potential ban on polystyrene food containers. They believe that these containers are accumulating

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Restaurants Worry About Potential Foam Ban in Grover Beach

Grand Avenue in Grover Beach, CA offers locals and tourists a wide array of restaurants to choose from. Most of these restaurants are locally owned

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Trash Researcher Explains Why Banning Polystyrene Won’t Do Any Good

Environmental activists in California have been trying to ensure a statewide ban on polystyrene foam. To their dismay, California Legislature did not pass the bill

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California’s Proposed Foam Ban Will Not Reduce Waste

Activists are hoping that they can make California the first state in the U.S. to initiate a statewide ban on polystyrene foam. However, it is

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Long Beach Restaurant Owners are at Risk due to a Foam Ban

The small, family-owned restaurants of Long Beach, California have been happily serving their customers for years. They work seven days a week with countless hours

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California Considers Banning Polystyrene, but More Effective Actions Already in Place

California State Senator Ben Allen has proposed a statewide ban on polystyrene foam takeout containers in restaurants and stores. The proposed law would go into

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City of Davis Seeks Business Input for Ban on Foam

On April 18, the City Council of Davis, CA will meet to review a ban on polystyrene foam. However, before they make a decision, they

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Long Beach Foam Ban Will Include Public Input

On Tuesday, the Long Beach City Council voted to delay a foam ban at restaurants, grocers, and other retailers. Polystyrene foam—often mistakenly referred to as

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