8 Reasons to Go Green with Your Reusable Retail Bags

As consumers, we can make the environment more sustainable by reducing our plastic bags and switching to reusable Retail Bags. Why is it so hard to make the switch? Here are eight reasons you should consider purchasing reusable Retail Bags for your green initiative.

1. Plastic breakdown

Did you know that it takes between 15 and 1000 years to break down an average plastic bag completely? It all depends on where the load is placed. They will last hundreds of years in a place like a landfill before breaking down.

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2. Biodegradable?

Plastic bags are not biodegradable. Plastic bags are not biodegradable. You can throw one out and return it ten years later. Although it may be slightly damaged, its structural integrity is intact.

3. Wildlife Impact

You can think about the wildlife if you aren’t sure whether to switch to reusable bags. Plastic is a significant cause of death for seabirds, turtles, and other marine animals. This is an unnatural and horrible death that can be prevented.



4. Inadequacy of recycling

According to the United States EPA, only 2 percent of plastic bags are recycled. The situation is worse in other countries. These bags are expensive to recycle. Plastic bags are not recyclable by companies. They end up in landfills, where they will remain for decades.

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5. Better Aesthetics

You’ve probably seen people carry Retail Bags as they go to the grocery store. You can get cloth or reusable bags in various colors and patterns. This is a better option than carrying around plastic bags!

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6. it’s easier to carry

Cloth bags are much more convenient to transport groceries. Did you ever feel like your fingers might fall off when you lugged five miles of groceries around with you? Using cloth bags will make that feeling go away!

7. Impact on the Coastline

Our overuse of plastic bags is causing the most significant damage to our Coastline. Plastic bags account for around 10% of all the litter that ashes up along the coast of the United States. This is a result of our continued use of plastic bags.

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8. How Much Does It Cost to Make Plastic Bags?

The US uses approximately 12 million barrels of oil to make the plastic bags it uses each year. 12 million! This is an incredible number. You can stop contributing to this wasteful use of resources by switching to reusable retail bags.

Reusable retail bags are more attractive, easier to transport, and better for the environment. You will feel much better about the changes you make to live a greener life.

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