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Alternate Fabric Bags

Have you ever looked at all those plastic bags you get when you go shopping and wondered at the huge quantity consumed by you? Wondered how much they impact the environment and feeling guilty about it?

We get plastic bags with everything we purchase - groceries, toiletries, clothes, food etc. We save those bags, reuse then and use them to throw away garbage, carry lunch boxes to office, store miscellaneous stuff, or to carry heavy stuff from one place to another. So It's kind of difficult to totally stop using them.

Using fabric bags as much as possible is a great idea (paper isn't strong enough).

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This information has been taken from the following website. For further reading click the website link below

http://vidaelegante.blogspot.com/2008/10/100-recycled.html



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