They are pushing for Styrofoam food containers to be banned.
State Representative Tim Briggs was joined by PennEnvironment staff along the Schuylkill River in Bridgeport, Montgomery County Thursday for the announcement.
Supporters say Styrofoam containers and cups don't break down in landfills and are hazardous to waterways.
ICYMI: The health & well-being of your family comes first. I’m fighting to ban Styrofoam products because of the long-term dangers it poses to our community #PeopleFirst @PennEnvironment @FoundingFarmers @schuylkillriver pic.twitter.com/ncvKyxlMYg— Rep. Tim Briggs (@RepTimBriggs) November 1, 2018
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