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North Bay Business Journal: Sonoma County Pursues Returnable Foodware as More Marin County Locales Ban Single-Use Plastic

April 11, 2023
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Sonoma County pursues returnable foodware as more Marin County locales ban single-use plastic

Published in the North Bay Business Journal: April 11, 2023

As more North Bay cities stick a fork in the movement toward eco-friendly foodware, Zero Waste Sonoma agreed to a contract Friday with an Oakland company to wash and supply reusables at local eateries.

Sparkl, led by founder and CEO Paul Liotsakis, intends to supply Sonoma County food service venues, such as grocers, with “clamshell” containers, plates, bowls and utensils, then redeliver them once washed.

The pilot program aims to ease the public into “reusables” that Liotsakis refers to as “returnables” in eco-conscious foodware vernacular.

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