Know Plastic: Reuse This Bag's Infographic on Plastic

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Most people know the evils of single use plastic commodaties but what sums this up is a great infographic on the interesting facts about plastic- the nuisance it creates, the energy used to create and dispose it developed by ReuseThisBag.com. Well, the campaign and infographic brings out one very critical point that should concern everybody- “Every piece of plastic ever made still exists!”

“Reusethisbag.com” is a grassroots organization from Southern California whose founding members make your typical every day American who were born and raised amongst the thriving surf culture that rules the sand in southern California.

 Doug Lober, President says

“We are surfers, waiters, executives, artists, designers, bartenders and just about every walk of life you can imagine. You don’t have to be an environmentalist to want to help the Earth! We started the company as a way to give back and help the environment, We all grew up here in California and have seen plastic bags on the beach and in the water for  years. 

This prompted the birth of a business that is the premier supplier of custom non-woven polypropylene Eco-friendly grocery bags. All bags are made from 100% recyclable materials. These stylish grocery bags can be custom imprinted with a company logo  and make a great marketing tool for any grocery store, business, school, club or organization.

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Image Credit: Reuse this bag

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