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In a rush to get out of the grocery store, to get away from all those people, you forgot a few items that were on your list. Introducing my Goldenrod and Pollinators Small Cotton Bag With Strap, perfect for the couple of things you missed the first time around: a toilet brush, a bag of frozen tater tots, and a big box of that fake cheese. Featuring an original illustration that celebrates the beauty of nature and the importance of pollinators, this bag is made from 100% cotton and measures 8 inches by 12.5 inches by 5.5 inches (20.3 cm x 31.8 cm x 14 cm). The convenient strap handle and hook and loop closure make it easy to carry and secure your belongings. By using this reusable canvas bag, you're helping to reduce plastic waste and protect the environment. Make a statement while promoting sustainability with my Goldenrod and Pollinators Small Cotton Bag With Strap.

Goldenrod and Pollinators Small Cotton Bag With Strap

SKU: 33260547740155715828
  • Just 10 percent of plastics are actually recycled, while hundreds of thousands of tons of recyclable waste are exported, often to developing countries.

    Processing our tossed plastics at the sorting plant isn’t a sure bet. Random stuff that shows up in their collections, have to be weeded out at a cost before they go to a recycling center.

    Recycling centers don’t want things that don’t recycle or that can’t be recycled. If no recycling plant wants the plastic material from the sorter, it goes into a landfill.

    Different kinds of plastic can’t be melted down together, so they have to be painstakingly, and expensively, sorted by color and composition.

    And plastics, if recycled at all, are usually “downcycled” into something else, like garden furniture or plastic fiber for insulation. But after that, it’s no longer recyclable. Recycling plastics again and again isn’t usually possible.

    In theory, every item you recycle can keep resources in the ground, avoid greenhouse gases and help keep the environment healthy. That’s all good, but even better, try to avoid bringing plastics into your home as much as possible. Reuse, reduce, recycle, repurpose and resist. 

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