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The Majestic Plastic Bag – A Mockumentary

on April 18, 2012

This is a great video, very amusing, but with a great message! Plastic bags are not natural, nor do they biodegrade in time. They end up polluting our landscapes and our oceans, contributing to the island of plastic trash. We do not need them, cloth bags are easily accessible and cheap. All it takes is for people to step up and refuse to let laziness keep them from helping cut down on these nasty plastic pollutants. To make matters worse, these bags separate into small pieces and get consumed by animals – many of which we eat! Do you want to eat plastic, because when you take a bit of that seafood that’s exactly what you are eating. So many animals have been found dead with stomach’s full of plastic. Take action to stop contributing to the death of animals and our environment – switch to reusable cloth bags!

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2 responses to “The Majestic Plastic Bag – A Mockumentary

  1. Fall Butterfly says:

    That is an interesting video. I know there are some stores that charge for bags. Maybe if more charged people would get reusable bags instead. Target has some big strong bags in the dollar section. I bought several and use them when I go to the store they hold a lot more than those small ones the stores sell. Also they are a lot stronger too.

    I was just wondering what do you use for trash bags?

    • Fall Butterfly- I thing charging for plastic bags is great to cut the waste & encourage using reusable bags. Many places are now even banning plastic bags altogether. That’s very true, my cloth bags are SO much more durable too! It’s not fun to have full bags rip on you.

      I actually use biodegradable plastic garbage bags. The problem with regular plastic trash bags is that the plastic doesn’t break down, so at the dump/trash heap the little bugs & things that help break down our trash can’t get to it. So by using bags that will break down in time, we can help nature help us break down our trash. 🙂

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