Helping Your Community One Bag at a Time

There is a Boston initiative to reduce the number of plastic bags used in Massachusetts each year. Plastic bags are used at a rate of 1.5 billion a year which then end up in landfills where they take centuries to decompose. State legislatures in Massachusetts are devising a five year plan to reduce or ban the use of plastic bags, though a small group is pushing for a more expedited plan. Reusable bags are becoming popular as people gear towards a more Earth friendly and conscious society. These bags can be purchased at most of the grocery stores that offer plastic bags and can also be folded neatly when not in use.

The Boston Globe, “Plastic or Paper? Maybe Neither”

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