Dart Container Joins LA River Cleanup for Earth Day

On Saturday, April 22, employees at Dart Container’s Corona, CA facility celebrated Earth Day by volunteering for The Annual Great LA River Cleanup. Along with

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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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Polystyrene Foam Ban Will Hurt Encinitas Restaurant Owners

On November 10, 2016, the city of Encinitas, CA, passed a citywide ban on polystyrene foam foodservice products. Polystyrene foam—not to be confused with Styrofoam,

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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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Say No To Potential Davis Foam Ban

A new foam ban is being considered in Davis, California and will be going to a vote in the coming weeks. The proposed ban would

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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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Proposed Culver City polystyrene ban projected to hurt local businesses

The Culver City council voted unanimously to direct city staff to draft an ordinance prohibiting restaurants, grocers, and other retailers from using polystyrene foam products.

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Malibu Foam Collection is a Step in the Right Direction

Malibu residents participated in America Recycles Day last month, a national event that encourages citizens to protect the environment. The Malibu City Council partnered with

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Encinitas Restaurant Owners Vocal in Opposing Foam Ban

Encinitas City Hall received more than 800 petitions asking the city to drop a proposed ban on polystyrene foam food containers. However, the citywide ban

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Revolutionary Foam Recycling Technology Helps California Reduce Its Carbon Footprint

One company is revolutionizing the way people can recycle polystyrene foam. Plastics Recycling Inc. (PRI)—based out of Indianapolis—is urging people to think of foam and

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