Re: No more plastic bags in NY state in supermarket
I don't think there are many Aldi Grocery stores in North Jersey/New York. But I shop there a bit and have never heard anyone complain about bringing their own bags or using a quarter to get a shopping cart then getting the quarter back when you return it.
When I bring my groceries in and unload them I fold up the two bags I use and just take them out to the car the next time I get in it. It is a ridiculous waste when you realize all of the single use plastic bags that are used everyday and then just thrown away or end up as litter and eventually in the creeks, rivers, and oceans. How many times have you seen someone buy a single item already in a bag and they put it in another bag? Or something like a bottle with an easy to carry handle and they automatically put that in a bag? I think every grocery store should do the quarter thing with the carts. Then when people who are too lazy to even put them in cart corral ten feet away leave them in parking space, some kid will return it for the quarter.
No bags of paper or plastic when I stopped at quick check
Pharmacy rite aid has them
Not going to figure out how to shop for people who take buses this another's stupid law that is not going to help reduce plastic production this hurts people
Yes plastic is not good for the world
But this is not going to put a dent in stopping plastic being produce at all
As a person who doesn't drive just make my life impossible
As all plastic soda bottles and food products still in plastic
NY state wonder state not
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