Gary Gero

Chief sustainability officer, City of Los Angeles

LA County’s chief sustainability officer

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To reduce the amount of plastic making its way into the ocean, LA County is requiring that food service items be made of organic or recyclable materials.

LA’s push to get plastic out of sea and into recycling bin

To reduce the amount of plastic making its way into the ocean, LA County is requiring that food service items be made of organic or recyclable materials.

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