This is an interesting question, especially when looking at it from a paper versus plastic grocery bag standpoint. My research told me that it’s a tie between the two, since paper bags actually take up more space at landfills and produce more pollution when being made. Plastic bags are lighter and take up less space and don’t produce as much pollution. However, the paper bags are the ones that are biodegradable. You can learn more about this from the link at the bottom.
As environmichael mentioned, both paper bags and plastic bags have pros and cons. However, paper bags appear to be just as costly to the environment as plastic, which can really make your decision at the grocery store difficult.
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