The San Francisco Airport has announced that it will be banning single use plastic water bottles going forward. The new statute, which goes into effect on August 20, sets a green precedent for airports nationwide.
The airport is nothing if not prepared for this change in its H2O policy. As of late, San Francisco airport has installed upwards of 100 water stations and fountains throughout all terminals
Their goal is to be zero-waste by 2021. At the moment, you’ll still be able to buy flavored water, sodas, and juice. And you can get away with grabbing a water bottle as long as its packaging is “recyclable single and multi-use aluminum and glass and BPI-certified compostable.”