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May 03, 2011

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Mike

Hard to believe it took this long...seems like Styrofoam containers have been known as evil for many years.

Anne

I never understood why the styrofoam takeout food containers have a number 6 recycle code but can't go in the blue bin. The blue bin takes numbers 1 to 7 but not styrofoam 6s. Any insights?

pandora

There's formal notice of the styrofoam ban at the end of this piece in the Daily Journal.

christian louboutin

The Burlingame City Council decided to bar use of Styrofoam and similar products.

louboutin

n February, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors passed a ban on polystyrene which goes into effect July 1. Under the county ordinance

Joe

Repeating what is already on the thread with some spam brand as the name will not be allowed in the future. It's more tricky than the usual--probably from Asia Pacific--but we will just delete these going forward. Nice try!

ron fulderon

"Gas-powered leaf blowers are next, but not banned yet."

PLEASE.

Joe

Styrofoam is a done deal

http://www.mercurynews.com/san-mateo-county/ci_18082932?nclick_check=1

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