I use cloth reusable shopping bags, however there must be a way to melt down plastic bags and reuse. I think just no one has found a 'profitable' way to do that. It's always $$$$ !
I did my R&R from Vietnam in August 69 in Singapore; I thought one of the cleanest cities I have ever been in.. the fine for littering is about $500 US in 1969 then not sure now littering was a major hit if caught
many stores (like Kroger's ) that give plastic bags have recycle bin; if u return same to store will help; also some stores still ask paper or plastic in some cases
I have recently started to fill plastic bottles with plastic wraps, I think this is a great idea, at least if a plastic bottle is going to be recycled, all the wraps will recycle as well, and they won't be everywhere in the fields as wenusually see them.
así es tienes toda la razón-.-.te comparto este video donde podras ver lo que dices y haz pensado y lo mejor lo que HAZ REALIZADO.-.saludos-.-.-.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1NQ_ejiSjI
It's great to hear about all the creative and intrinsic ways people are reusing bags!
Even in a small town in Honduras I still use my "reduce/reuse/recycle" bags! The cashiers all know me now and ask for my bags before starting to bag the food! pretty funny!
volunteer at a thrift store n we bring our plastic bags to reuse for the customers
I knew the answer from watching something on TV about plastic bags in the ocean water's n landfills.
I'm 53 and remember a world without plastic bags. They probably save some trees, but they need to cost consumers to encourage reusable bags- something the plastic bag lobby does not want!
I use them for kitty litter and my bathroom linner!!