The San Francisco International Airport, one of the largest airports in the country, announced it will ban the sale of single-use plastic water bottles later this month.

Starting Aug. 20, tenants, vendors and permittees will be prohibited from providing or selling “bottled water in containers that contain plastic or aseptic paper packaging, including in vending machines,” the airport said.

“Reusable water bottles, recyclable aluminum, glass and certified compostable water bottles can instead be provided or sold,” it added.

Read more at The Hill.