Berkeley farmers’ markets become zero waste zones
on April 10, 2009
By Lauren Rudser and Brittney Johnson/Oakland North
The three weekly Berkeley farmers’ markets are now zero waste zones. The goal is to reduce, recycle or compost all materials generated by the markets –- and shoppers are asked to do their part when it comes to how they transport their purchases home.
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