Facebook issues ban on plastic water bottles in new offices

Facebook issues ban on plastic water bottles in new offices

The Big Tech company will instead offer filling stations.

On Thursday September 19, 2019, Axios wrote:
Facebook announced on Wednesday a ban on single-use plastic water bottles at its new global offices, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

The state of play: This appears to be the largest ban from a private employer, impacting the company's roughly 40,000 employees.

Of note: The ban comes just 1 month after San Francisco International Airport banned single-use plastic bottles as well.

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