"The city of Los Angeles is going green. On Tuesday, the City Council voted in favor of a several ordinances to reduce the city’s carbon footprint, including resolutions to stop using Styrofoam, plastic bags and other single-use plastics at city facilities.
One resolution was passed unanimously with all present voting to prohibit the distribution and sale of Expanded Polystyrene products, aka Styrofoam, within the city.
Councilmember Paul Koretz, who authored the original legislation, said the move was necessary because of the impact Styrofoam has on the environment."
Travis Schlepp reports for KTLA December 6, 2022.
Source: KTLA, 12/08/2022