Miami-Dade County Ordinance Bans Polystyrene Foam, Is Limited to Public Property

Miami-Dade County is banning polystyrene foam from all public beaches, marinas, and parks starting on July 1st. If someone is found with polystyrene foam in

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Foam Ban Voted Down in Hallandale Beach

On Wednesday, January 27, 2016, the Hallandale Beach, FL town council voted down its anti-foam ordinance 3-2. This comes six months after the proposed ordinance

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Trash Collection in Hallandale Beach Proves Foam Isn’t Much of a Threat

This past summer, young environmentalists in Hallandale Beach, FL helped make a dent in the trash and debris that had built up on the nearby

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Hallandale Beach: Litter Prevention Before Foam Ban

The Mayor of Hallandale Beach, FL, Joy Cooper, has made the progressive decision to not get caught up in the recent trend of unnecessarily banning

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More Bad News for Small Businesses in South Florida

A bill passed by Miami Beach last year is now making waves of its own in neighboring South Florida cities. After the Miami Beach city

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Key Biscayne Foam Ban a Burden for Local Businesses/ Consumers

The leaders of Key Biscayne, an island town south of Miami, Florida, recently voted to pass a bill that will have residents, visitors and local

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North Miami Beach Commission Halts Foam Ban

The North Miami Beach city council recently declined to ban polystyrene foam in favor of spending the next year looking for alternative programs for the

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Miami Beach Foam Ban Unnecessary Burden for Small Businesses and Consumers

A recent bill passed by commissioners in Miami Beach will soon have local businesses facing an unexpected economic hardship. After a vote on July 23,

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Miami Businesses to Face New Strain with Potential Foam Ban

The Miami Beach City Commission is currently reviewing a bill that would change the type of single-use foodservice items available in Miami. Recent legislation introduced

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