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An expanded ban for the rest of unincorporated San Mateo County was passed in 2011, effective July 1, 2011.

San Pablo (2014) Ban on polystyrene food service ware and requires all disposable food service ware to be recyclable or compostable. San Rafael (effective October 31, 2013)City Council adopted foamed polystyrene container bag in October 2012.

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Santa Clara (Phase 1: September 1st, 2014, Phase 2: January 1st, 2015)Ban on polystyrene food service ware.

National chain restaurants were phase in September 1st, 2014 and all other restaurants were phased in on January 1st, 2015.

Santa Monica (2007)Ban on all polystyrene AND most other non-recyclable plastic disposable food service containers.

This makes for one of the strongest bans in the nation.

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.

Laguna Woods (2004)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.Berkeley (adopted 1988)Expanded polystyrene ban, requirement that 50% of takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable. Burlingame (passed May 2011)The City of Burlingame passed an ordinance referencing San Mateo County's ordinance on May 16, 2011. Calabasas (2008)Expanded polystyrene ban, requirement that all takeout food packaging be recyclable or compostable.Campbell (2014)Expanded polystyrene foodware ban, adopted in December of 2014, effective June 1, 2015.Sausalito (effective September 1, 2008)Food vendors and city facilities and events are prohibited from using expanded polystyrene foam food containers.

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