Eliminate single use takeaway containers

Common clear plastic take away containers are recyclable but because they are often heavily contaminated with food, they go straight to landfill. Others like polystyrene are not currently recyclable and are damaging to the environment. Businesses can encourage customers to eat in or provide discounts for customers bringing their own reusable containers.

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