Polystyrene foam ban takes effect on the Big Island

Starting Monday, all Big Island food vendors are banned from serving food to customers using polystyrene foam containers.

The ban is being implemented under Hawaii County Ordinance No.17-63, which was established in September 2017, and includes to-go boxes, cups, plates and bowls made of the material.

"Basically, the polystyrene foam ordinance is going to require the food service industry to use alternatives to the polystyrene foam containers," said George Hayducsko, the County of Hawaii recycling…

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