How can we make re-usable shopping bag programs work even better?
Exciting progress is being made as grocery shoppers bring re-useable bags to the check-out. But, at home, we like plastic grocery bags for our indoor waste cans. Many people “forget” their re-useables on purpose when their stockpile runs low. It’s a decades old routine in dealing with our garbage…used grocery bags line kitchen and bathroom waste cans which are tied off and put in a big garbage bag for streetside pickup. How are smart people ecologically solving this problem?
If a useful array of answers appears, I will print them to display on the grocery store bulletin board. Perhaps others will do the same and we will be part of making this sensible and enviro-wise program even better. Thanks everyone who replies.