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Texas Store Gives New Meaning to ‘Reusable Shopping Bags’ When shoppers leave Patina Green Home and Market, they’re never sure exactly what bag they’ll get to tote their purchases home. That’s because owner Kaci Lyford is a firm believer in reusing and recycling — and she saw eliminating shopping bags from her store as an…

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Amy Smart v. Plastic Bags, Her Fight for Change Actress and environmental activist, Amy Smart, recently shared her battle against plastic bags on Huffington Post. Smart first became involved in environmental protection in high school. Soaking up the beauty from the mountains and the ocean inspired her to volunteer for Heal the Bay. “I loved…

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Would team with Recycle Utah Aaron Osowski, The Park Record Posted: 08/16/2013 05:01:06 PM MDT http://www.parkrecord.com/news/ci_23879712/county-encourage-reusable-bags Click photo to enlarge An employee of The Market at Park City bags groceries in a plastic bag. Summit County is… Summit County has begun conversations to develop a resolution to encourage the use of reusable grocery bags and…

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Lawmakers propose dime-charge on grocery bags CHRIS BRAGG AUGUST 20, 2013 1:49 P.M. Share Print Email RELATED NEWS Netflix strikes movie deal with Weinstein Co. City tries again to get new taxi on the road Eateries protest plastic-foam ban Council plans plastic-bag crackdown Updated: August 20, 2013 4:14 p.m. A bill to force New York…

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Randy Moorman: Reusable bags limit climate impact POSTED: 07/30/2013 01:00:00 AM MDT Does anyone believe that creating waste is better for the environment? Apparently Ralph Shnelvar and Quentin McKenna do (Guest commentary, July 21). In their recent opinion piece, “Save the planet: Use a plastic bag” they argue using disposable, single-use plastic bags at the…

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