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The movement is on to rid the planet of those annoying plastic shopping bags that clog our landfills. Many cities in California have already banned the use of plastic bags in the grocery stores and require you bring your own recycle bag. Use eco-friendly reusable shopping and tote bags with your logo on them to show your business is being "green" minded! All of our custom imprinted promotional products are made from environmentally friendly materials and are lead-free.
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The Majestic Plastic Bag – A Mockumentary —
Sponsored by Heal the Bay and narrated by Academy Award-winner
Jeremy Irons, this “mockumentary” video, hammers home the stark
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Los Angeles, CA and Hawaii Begin Plastic Bag Ban

Hawaii is the first state in the country to pass legislation banning plastic bags at checkout counters. The ban begins officially on January 17th and is in effect for grocery stores, retailers and restaurants. Customers must bring their own reusable bags or opt for a paper bag. Bulk items will still be packaged in plastic bags.

Los Angeles began its plastic bag ban on January 1st. Shoppers who do not use reusable bags must pay ten cents each for a paper bag. The law now applies to grocery stores and big box stores, and will spread to smaller stores in July.

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