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Plastic bag bill could make the state of Utah millions

SALT LAKE CITY — A bill that requires stores to charge you a dime a bag for not bringing reusable bags when you go shopping could make the state of Utah millions of dollars. 170 more words


Day One in the Bag

Our baggies arrived. And Kaylee was so willing to try them out for us this morning. She gave us a nice big deuce to start off the morning. 70 more words


Book Review: One Plastic Bag - by Miranda Paul

Book: One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling 
Women of the Gambia
Author: Miranda Paul
Illustrator: Elizabeth Zunon
Publisher: Millbrook Press
Date: 2015
Genre: children's; age 6-9; gr 1-4
Pages: 32
Price: $19.99
My rating: True story superbly told for children to 
understand its importance… 349 more words
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Scientist Develop Non-Plastic Biodegradable Bag

Syndicated from: http://www.thefullmonte.com/scientist-develop-non-plastic-biodegradable-bag/

Scientist develops biodegradable, edible non-plastic bags to halt the continued plastic pollution of the world

Originally Posted Here.

One country that has been making a concerted effort to reduce plastic waste is India. 642 more words

DEEP kicks off new plastic bag recycling program

HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH)– The Department Of Energy And Environmental Protection is trying to get people to recycle plastic bags and wrap. Starting Tuesday you can expect to see new recycling bins at grocery stores and various other shops. 371 more words


Meet the Culprits

Hello and welcome to Reducing the Deuce! Allow me to introduce you to myself, my family, and the reason I have joined the blogosphere. I am Amanda and that’s my fiance, Pat. 568 more words


New York City Council Exploring 'Legal Options' After Andrew Cuomo Kills Bag Fee

City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito said she and her colleagues are exploring “legal options” to counter Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s decision last night to sign legislation banning implementation of the five-cent paper and plastic bag fee the city… 854 more words

Governor Andrew Cuomo