Everyone loves the environment, and we all want to do our part in keeping it safe. We want to make sure that we make the world a better place for our children and their children. One way that we can do that is to take a look at our local grocery or other retail businesses, and they way that they handle their bags.
Plastic and paper bags may be handy, and cheap to acquire in bulk, but they’re not exactly environmentally friendly. They can take nearly 1,000 years to degrade in landfills, and they don’t degrade well. They usually end up as smaller toxic pieces in our oceans and harming the food chain there. Grocery bags are some of the biggest sources of these plastic-bag landfills, as many individuals just throw them out after using them.
On top of that, plastic bags cost American business,