Sebastopol in California, US, becomes the first to commit to county’s zero-waste campaign

Sebastopol has become the first local town in the county of Sonoma to pledge to a zero-waste campaign. The campaign get local businesses & residences to commit to reduce single-use plastics usage and bring the community’s non-recyclable waste streams to zero by 2030. Furthermore, the City Council is supporting an ordinance that would ban single-use containers and require food vendors to use biodegradable alternatives. The county already has placed a ban on single-use plastic bags four years ago, becoming one of the pioneers in the state to adopt a total ban.

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