Plastic Bag Bans Creep Across The Country
As Seattle's city council is set to vote on law that would outlaw use of plastic grocery bags, Hilex Poly CEO Stan Bikulege talks about the misinformation about plastic bags.
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Plastic bags are recycled into building materials such as backyard decking, fencing and playground equipment.
Plastic bags are chosen by more than 90 percent of consumers at the checkout. About 9 out of every 10 consumers reuse these bags for everyday household purposes.
Studies show that taxes and bans don't keep plastic litter out of the landfill. Without plastic grocery bags, people just purchase replacement bags—often made of thicker, heavier plastic—and then send those bags to the landfill, too.