Styrofoam Ban Successful in San Francisco

Effective in June 2007, San Francisco banned all polystyrene foam or “Styrofoam” from being used in restaurants. They follow several other cities such as Berkeley and Oakland to create a ban, with many other cities now following suit. The foam cannot be recycled and is not compostable. According to city officials, Styrofoam littering the streets was reduced by about one-third from 2007-2008.

EnviroTakeout is conveniently located in Burlingame, CA around the corner from San Francisco and carries a line of bagasse compostable tableware including clamshells, plates, bowls, and platters. They also have cup carriers made from recycled cardboard and waste paper. With 4 warehouses placed up and down the west coast and new supplies constantly coming in, EnviroTakeout is supplying all customers moving in a “green” direction. For those not located on the West Coast but wishing to pursue an eco-friendly path, EnviroTakeout offers several different freight options. EnviroTakeout also offers private labeling programs for businesses who wish to use their names and logos.

EnviroTakeout has all the compostable tableware, take-out containers, cups & carriers, and cutlery necessary for any establishment.