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San Francisco airport bans all plastic water bottles
by Lucienne Cross
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6 August 2019
On 6 August 2019 Inhabitat reported:
The San Francisco, California airport has become the first airport to announce a full ban of plastic water bottles throughout its stores and restaurants. The ban will go into affect swiftly, starting August 20, as part of the airport's overall pledge to reach zero-waste by 2021. Staff and passengers will need to bring or purchase refillable water bottles or compostable cups that can be used at the airport's 100 different refilling stations.
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