Our may not understand, but in the US, we regularly use bags! The bags we get in the grocery store, the ones we pack for lunch, the other groceries that come in, and everything the manufacturer packs.
Inevitably we can all be buried under the piles of bags we collect in a lifetime. What a waste! The good news is that most of these bags make from recycled products, and, Fortunately, they are recycled back into the recycling process into our reusable bags.
But what should the average American consumer do when those bags start to pile up? It doesn’t take long to start making piles, maybe two or three big trips to the grocery store, and you can get 15 or more bags per trip. So what can we do to keep plastic bag making to a minimum?
If you have cats in your home and Have leftover bags leftover from the grocery store, it may be helpful to clean the box. Keep it around the bag when you have to touch something you don’t need. By holding the bag in hand, the actual contact of the product is no longer a problem, and it helps the germs transmitted from the kitten to the human, which can cause all sorts of infections.
People can reuse bags as lunch bags more than the old way of using a new “brown bag” for lunch. But, at the same time, it may not seem like a considerable effort; every effort, No matter how small, makes an impact.
Another way to reduce recycling in the shopping area is to have a reusable designated bag for groceries. Eliminating the need for plastic bags is a big step towards progress in recycling. Some companies sell bags for this, some of which are made of organic materials and have “nothing plastic on me”, and my personal favourite is “I’m not an old bag!” I love companies that make bags like this.
Some of the recycled bags come in a neon colour rainbow, at least eye-catching as well as reusable! The canvas tote can be put in a washing machine and will serve many trips to get bread and milk.
The final point is to be aware of what we use and how such items can reuse such items. Whether you go shopping or what you buy, if plastic bags surround you at the end of the day, there is always a way to get the most out of them.
Photo by NOAA
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