The materials concessionaires use will have to be certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute or accepted by Cedar Grove Composting.
Some concessionaires have already stopped using Styrofoam, while others will need to convert their materials by the deadline.
Read more on MyAJC.com about the new rules for environmentally-friendly materials used by airport restaurants, and the challenges the airport faces in its efforts to go green.
Atlanta airport, Delta Air Lines aid Flint River restoration effort Concessionaires will be required to use materials certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute or accepted by Cedar Grove Composting.
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