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Plastic Ban Bag FAQ

Waste plastic bags are polluting the land and water immensely. Plastic bags have become a threat to the life of animals living on earth as well as in water.

Plastic does not decompose. When it concludes its journey, it will spend the rest of its life in landfills or as wastage on land or in water bodies. Because plastic never fully decomposes, a global movement to remove all forms of plastic items from circulation makes logical. It has been a long fight, but the early results are promising. Ban on plastic bags will certainly create a difference as manufacturers, sellers, and other business entities would use alternative and eco-friendly packaging materials as a long-term solution. Some previous studies on plastic ban, indicated a 76% drop in plastic bags detected in rivers and creeks alongside a 69% reduction in plastic bags found in inlets of the storm drain.

Reusable bags are composed of materials that are less harmful to the environment and simpler to dispose of than plastic bags. They are designed to have a lower environmental impact during disposal and production. There is no substitute for plastic bags that is completely devoid of environmental harm. Instead, we hunt for more efficient alternatives to reduce our environmental effects while conserving resources.

One disadvantage of banning plastic bags is that they can be used for various things. Their adaptability can keep more hazardous and larger plastic products out of circulation because of their adaptability. Plastic shopping bags, for example, are a popular garbage bag option for trash cans. A prohibition on plastic shopping bags may lead to a greater reliance on larger and thicker trash bags, further exacerbating the problem. They need more resources to manufacture and may be more environmentally destructive.

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