Wondering How Many Single-Use Plastic Bags Are Saved by Using One Reusable Bag? At this point, everyone knows single-use plastic bags are not great for the environment. They sap non-renewable resources and are very likely to end up as litter which sets off a chain of negative events. The solution to all of the trouble […]
Understanding The Difference Between Woven Vs. Non-Woven Polypropylene Bags When it comes to creating your very own custom reusable bags, you want something durable and eco-friendly, but when faced with your options it can be hard to make a decision. If you’ve narrowed down your options to recycled plastic, that’s a start, but you still need […]
Breaking Down the Impact of Plastic Bag Bans Disposable plastic bag bans are a hotly contested issue in some areas but are welcomed with open arms in others. It seems that for every pro to a bag ban there is a con, and making sense of the whole thing can be tricky. We decided to […]
Understanding the Pros and Cons of Reusable Bags Kroger, the largest grocery store in the U.S., recently made the bold move to ban single-use plastic bags throughout their stores. In a written statement, the CEO cites efforts to reduce trash and improve the environment as motivating factors behind the ban. Critics argue the ban is […]
Eco-Special on Eco-Friendly Bags Available for a Limited Time Only! Now through the end of the month, you can score a great deal on some of our staff’s favorite eco-friendly bags as part of our latest eco special! For a limited time, you can secure a low price per bag that would normally only be […]
For a limited time, we are running an eco-special on four of our staff’s favorite reusable bags. When you place a minimum order of 250 bags by March 31, 2018 you can secure EQP (end quantity pricing) on these great reusable bags. Learn more about the reusable bags our staff chose to include in this eco special and how to go about customizing your bags.
We have mentioned numerous times on our blog how difficult, inefficient and expensive it is to recycle plastic bags. Now one of the biggest recycling companies in Boston is speaking out and throwing their support behind the plastic bag ban movement.
Single-use plastic bags are easy to recycle on their own, but the reality is these bags complicate the process and are not widely accepted in most recycling programs. When plastic bag bans go into action one business that benefits are recycling facilities. Learn more and find out just what sort of problems disposable plastic bags can cause in recycling facilities.