Google NewsThe best food container  Chicago Tribune

Food containers are likely a part of your everyday life. You probably keep leftovers in them, tote them to work, and pack them in your kids' lunchboxes.

  1. San Francisco International (SFO) airport bans plastic water bottles
  2. SFO plastic water bottle ban begins today  CBS News
  3. Plastic water bottles banned at San Francisco Airport from now on  Daily Sabah
  4. Beginning today, you won’t be able to buy plastic bottles of water at San Francisco International Airport  Q13 News Seattle
  5. Ross: Overcoming plastic anxiety and the politicization of hydration
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San Francisco Airport Bans Plastic Water Bottles  VegNews

SFO becomes the first airport to encourage eco-friendly alternatives to single-use plastics in an effort to become a zero-waste producer by 2021.

California pushes to ban single-use plastic by 2030  KCRA Sacramento

Plastics may be a way of life in the United States, but California is pushing hard to restrict its use by banning products that can't be recycled by the year 2030.

Learn the New Plastic Recycling Rules  Santa Barbara Edhat

Source: City of Santa Barbara. Learn the new plastic recycling rules for your curbside blue bin. Recycle plastic bottles that hold liquid, plastic toys, flower pots ...

Ecuador city recycling plastic bottles for bus tickets  Yahoo News

Looking after the environment is paying off in Ecuador, at least for public transport users in the business hub of Guayaquil. A new scheme aimed at combatting ...

Plastic Bottles for Public Transit: A Growing Trend  Triple Pundit

Plastic bottles are now valid fare to ride the subway in Rome, Italy: to get enough credit for one trip, you'll need 30 bottles.

San Francisco International Airport Bans Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles  Mental Floss

If you're planning on flying in or out of San Francisco International Airport (SFO) after August 19, don't forget your reusable water bottle. Starting August 20, the ...

Want to go plastic-free? Start with one thing.  Treehugger

Slow, incremental changes are more effective than trying to do it all at once. Millions of people signed up for the Plastic-Free July challenge this summer, ...

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