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Creative alternatives to plastic bags

Thai innovators had a unique solution when free single-use plastic bags were banned in the country. 😂

01/19/2020 7:58 PMupdated: 08/05/2020 2:14 PM

6 comments

  • Lana L.
    01/19/2020 23:53

    A free bag is reusable if you don't throw it away but reuse it.. I use any kind of bag many times from paper to plastic I use several times . and makeing me pay for one does not increase the use of what i have./

  • Matthew P.
    01/19/2020 22:25

    We've adapted here in Australia. Just have to remember to take some canvas nags when you go shopping. Plus most of the time Im only grabbing a couple of things, it's amazing how many times I wouldve taken a plastic bag just to get back to the car

  • Ralph O.
    01/19/2020 21:49

    I pray Africa embrace it

  • Angel V.
    01/19/2020 21:34

    They stop using plastic bags but everything is packed in plastic!!!!

  • Xiong M.
    01/19/2020 21:31

    backpack is better

  • Lia R.
    01/19/2020 21:23

    And a large amount of people bike or walk. And it rains a lot. Westerners have no excuse!

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