Reusable Bag Overload?

By none on February 22, 2011

Donating your reusable bags to a food bank is a great way to help others and declutter. Photo by thetbone via Flickr.com.We have them in the trunks of our cars, stashed in closets, and in cupboards: Reusable bags have become ubiquitous, so much so that many of us have more than we can possibly use. And they just keep piling up.

With taxes and surcharges on plastic bags, cities and countries banishing the plastic bag, stores selling or giving away reusable bags, and reusable bags being handed out like candy at conferences, it's easy to see why many of us are facing a reusable bag glut.

There's one big hitch in the war on plastic bags: plastic bag bans and fees penalize people who can't afford to spend money on bags, whether they're plastic or reusable.
 

Click here to read our full article on TreeHugger.


By none| February 22, 2011
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