San Francisco Airport Bans Plastic Water Bottle Sales

In attempt to eliminate carbon emissions usage and cut landfill waste in San Francisco, the San Francisco International Airport is adopting a new policy that will be no small feat to enforce—no more single-use plastic water bottles. While SFO has already made the switch to using only compostable single-use food ware, the airport sells nearly 4 million plastic water bottles each year, so eliminating them completely could be cause for angry travelers. The airport hopes that vendors and travelers will understand and comply, as this small change can make a big impact to the world. (Skift, 08.03.19)

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