Long Store Receipts Could Soon Be A Thing Of The Past!

When you go to your local store and they give you a paper receipt that is, what seems like, 10 feet long, do you feel a little bit of guilt every time?

You might not have to worry about that any longer at certain establishments.

A San Francisco Assemblyman has fronted a measure that says any business that earns more than $1 million a year will have to give customers an electronic receipt unless we ask for a paper one.

The bill has cleared its first hurdle in the state legislature.

Paper receipts can't be recycled because they're coated with chemicals.

 
 
The Morning Breeze

The Morning Breeze

The Morning Breeze on 98.1 The Breeze in San Francisco Read more

title

Content Goes Here