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Prior to 2012, the City banned the distribution of expanded polystyrene food containers, with a requirement that the food packaging be recyclable or compostable.Santa Cruz County (20)Expanded polystyrene ban, requirement that all takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. The ban was expanded to prohibit the sale of all expanded polystyrene products in stores on April 17, 2012.Encinitas (2016)In November 2016, City Council banned all disposable food service ware made from Expanded Polystyrene for all food providers and city facilities. Fairfax (1993)Expanded polystyrene ban for all restaurants and food retail vendors. Fort Bragg Eps foodware ban adopted in September 2014. Foster City (effective April 1, 2012)Polystyrene ban for restaurants and food vendors, adopted October 17, 2011.Fremont (effective January 1, 2011)Expanded polystyrene ban for food vendors, requirement that all takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. Gonzales (effective January 1, 2015)Expanded polystyrene ban for food vendors, requirement that all takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. Huntington Beach (2005)Government facility expanded polystyrene ban.Greenfield (effective February 12, 2015)Expanded polystyrene ban for food vendors, requirement that all takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. Lafayette (adopted 2014, effective 7/1/2015)CFC processed polystyrene ban, 50% of food containers must be recyclable or returnable (75% by 2020).Half Moon Bay (effective August 1, 2011)Half Moon Bay passed an ordinance, referencing San Mateo County's polystyrene food container ban, on May 17, 2011. Laguna Beach (2008)Polystyrene ban, requirement that all plastic takeout food packaging be recyclable.Capitola (2012)Prohibit the sale of expanded polystyrene products (expansion of 2009 requirement that all disposable takeout food packaging be compostable)Carmel (1989)Expanded polystyrene ban, requirement that 50% of takeout food packaging be recyclable, compostable or reusable. Colma (2013)Ban on polystyrene-based food service ware for prepared foods. Cupertino (2014)Food vendors prohibited from using eps food takeout containers. Culver City (2017)Ban on distribution or sale of expanded polystyrene food containers, and includes a provision which requires food providers to ask customers before providing disposable utensils. Daly City (2012)Ban on polystyrene-based food service ware for prepared foods. Dana Point (adopted February 21, 2012)Ban on expanded polystyrene food containers. Davis (2017)Ban on polystyrene food containers, requirement that all takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. Del Ray Oaks (effective July 1, 2010)Expanded polystyrene ban, requirement that all takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. El Cerrito (operative January 1, 2014)Expanded polystyrene foodware ban, requirement that food packaging be recyclable, compostable, or reusable.

Includes a ban on the retail sale of packing materials, coolers, pool/beach toys, buoys, and other items made from expanded polystyrene. Manhattan Beach (2013)In 2013 Manhattan beach adopted a polystyrene food packaging ban, updating its 1988 ban on CFC processed polystyrene.Menlo Park (2012)Adopted San Mateo County's ordinance by reference in August of 2012. Millbrae (2008)Polystyrene ban, requirement that all plastic takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. Morgan Hill (effective April 22, 2014)An expanded polystyrene ban in restaurants and other food facilities was adopted on October 2, 2013. Businesses that generate a large portion of litter must pay a litter fee. Ojai (2014)Expanded polystyrene ban for all stores and vendors was passed on January 28, 2014Orange County (2005/6)Government facility expanded polystyrene ban, including cities of Aliso Viejo, Huntington Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Woods, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano and the Santa Margarita Water District. San Juan Capistrano (2004)Government facility expanded polystyrene ban.Mill Valley (2009)Food vendors and city facilities are prohibited from using expanded polystyrene foam food containers. Morro Bay (2016)Expanded polystyrene ban for both distribution and sale, with a requirement that all disposable food containers be biodegradable, compostable or recyclable. Mountain View (effective July 1, 2014)A ban on expanded polystyrene food packaging products for retail sale or distribution in food facilities was adopted on March 25, 2014. Pacific Grove (2008)Expanded polystyrene ban, requirement that all takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. San Leandro (effective November 1, 2012)Expanded polystyrene food container ban, adopted October 2011.Polystyrene ban for all disposable food service items, with a requirement for recyclable or biodegradable replacements.Albany (2008)Expanded polystyrene ban, requirement that all takeout food packaging be compostable or recyclable.

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Hayward (effective July 2011)Expanded polystyrene ban for restaurant vendors, requirement that takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. Bans the retail sale of foam or other nonrecyclable plastic disposable foodware. Laguna Hills (2008)Government facility expanded polystyrene ban.