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Plastic Bag Bill Ban Moves Ahead In Sacramento

If you get reusable bags with longer straps, they double as a lightweight backpack. I prefer my cool-cotton shopping bags - sacks - over my daypack for light loads. Up to a 12-pack is usually OK.

Tommy says that we need the disposable plastic bags for trash. Why not just use a reusable plastic trash can with a wastepaper liner, and scrub it once in a while with the toilet brush?

Unbagged dusty media in the trash is a little problematic, but can be neutralized with a sprinkle of water.

We use way too much disposable stuff. It's easy to remember your shopping bags.

June 7, 2010 at 11:13 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Bill To Ban Plastic Bags Introduced In State Legislative Committees

I'm not calling JW20000 wacko:

If you get reusable bags with longer straps, they double as a lightweight backpack. I prefer my cool-cotton shopping bags - sacks - over my daypack for light loads. Up to a 12-pack is usually OK.

Tommy says that we need the disposable plastic bags for trash. Why not just use a reusable plast trash can with a wastepaper liner, and scrub it once in a while with the toilet brush?

Unbagged dusty media in the trash is a little problematic, but can be neutralized with a sprinkle of water.

We use way too much disposable stuff. It's easy to remember your shopping bags.

June 7, 2010 at 11:10 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

The Battle Over Single-Use Grocery Bags

If you get reusable bags with longer straps, they double as a lightweight backpack. I prefer my cool-cotton shopping bags - sacks - over my daypack for light loads. Up to a 12-pack is usually OK.

Tommy says that we need the disposable plastic bags for trash. Why not just use a reusable plast trash can with a wastepaper liner, and scrub it once in a while with the toilet brush.

Unbagged dusty media in the trash is a little problematic, but can be neutralized with a sprinkle of water.

We use way too much disposable stuff.

June 7, 2010 at 11:04 a.m. ( | suggest removal )