Berkeley may slap charge on disposable food containers – San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle
Berkeley leaders hope to reduce the load of throwaway food containers — even the recyclable ones — by changing consumer behavior. The proposal is modeled after the single-use plastic bag ban in California, which largely prohibits those bags and
Berkeley Introduces ‘Disposable-Free Dining’ LegislationNBC Bay Area
Berkeley looks to ban plastic take-out containersKTVU San Francisco

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