SACRAMENTO Calif. —Restaurant operators in California are gearing up for what some have dubbed “Foam Fight 2009,” as law-makers consider legislation that could make California the first state to ban the use of polystyrene foam and nonrecyclable disposable foodservice containers. Polystyrene foam is a plastic commonly known by the brand name Styrofoam, one of the most inexpensive food container materials available. Expanded polystyrene ...

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