The Real Story Behind Arizona Banning Bag Bans with Senate Bill 1241

The Real Story Behind Arizona Banning Bag Bans with Senate Bill 1241

On April 13, 2015 Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed Senate Bill 1241. This bill makes it illegal for any town, city or county in Arizona to ban or levy fees on disposable plastic bags. Bisbee is the only city in Arizona to have a law banning single-use plastic bags and Senate Bill 1241 will not impact this existing law. The bill came about because certain trade groups did not want to be inconvenienced by single-use plastic bag bans.

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Good News on Bag Bans in The US…Except Arizona. What Happened There?

Good News on Bag Bans in The US…Except Arizona. What Happened There?

There are always plenty of changes happening on the plastic bag ban front in the United States and we are happy to report that most of these changes are positive. From cities adopting bans and municipalities researching the best solution for their towns, there have been a lot of additions to our bag ban map. Read on to learn more about some of the latest updates to the plastic bag ban movement.

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How Plastic Bag Ordinances Help Us All

How Plastic Bag Ordinances Help Us All

There is a lot of debate around plastic bag ordinances and while there are certainly people who passionately feel such laws are a good and necessary choice, there are plenty of folks who disagree. Each ordinance is different too, some laws prohibit disposable plastic bags while others levy a fee on each single-use plastic bag handed out. There is not a one-size-fits-all approach to plastic bag ordinances, but ultimately these measures help us all.

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Your Latest News On Plastic Bag Ordinances In The United States

Your Latest News On Plastic Bag Ordinances In The United States

There is certainly not a one-size-fits all approach to disposable plastic bag ordinances. In order to implement a measure that will work for an individual city, a plastic bag ordinance needs to address the concerns of the people and function in a way they can be comfortable with. Here is your latest news on cities that are working to create their own, unique plastic bag ban ordinances.

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Worldwide Plastic Bag Ordinance List

Worldwide Plastic Bag Ordinance List

Hi, my name is Alison and I research, write the updates and drop the pins onto the Factory Direct Promos (FDP) Bag Ban Map. There are a lot of exciting changes constantly happening around the world when it comes to banning single-use plastic bags, and with our mission to help businesses and consumers go reusable, we take bag bans pretty serious around FDP.

To see the progress, and maybe get some inspiration, check out our worldwide plastic bag ordinance map. This plastic bag ordinance map is a resource that tells a story. By clicking the different pins you can see how the bag ban movement unfolds.

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Money On Certified Reusable Bags

How to Get the Most Out of Your Money On Certified Reusable Bags

Custom designed, certified reusable reusable bags are a great tool to market your brand, are required by law in many cities across the United States and beyond, and will definitely ensure a great return on your marketing investment.

Custom, certified reusable bags last for 3-5 years, have a great marketing impact, and certainly allow you to get the most out of your marketing or retail budget. From bulk pricing, durability, and the rapport you will establish with your customers you can’t go wrong with your very own custom designed reusable bag.

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What Is The California Recycle Initiative?

What Is The California Recycle Initiative?

Governor Jerry Brown has been working with the California Legislature to seriously up the green factor throughout the Golden State. The most notable effort undertaken has been the single-use plastic bag ban, which is on hold for the time being, but that’s not the only eco endeavor underway. The California Recycle Initiative aims to implement legislation at the state level that will reduce recycling, composting and source reduction of solid waste by 75 percent by the year 2020. The ultimate goal is to reduce reliance on landfills.

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Latest News On California SB270 State-Wide Bag Ban

Latest News On California SB270 State-Wide Bag Ban

Officials in California confirmed what was long suspected and put the state’s single-use plastic bag ban on hold. A trade group was able to gather the signatures needed to get the ban on the November 2016 ballot.

At this time the future of the bag ban in California is unknown but the CEO of our parent company SBS Brands, Bill English had this to say, “‎I’m betting this will just delay things a year.”

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