This year, 01.10. (Which, incidentally, is World Vegetarian Day) state finally decided to incorporate a long-anticipated green idea. Significantly increase the cost of a single plastic bag with a noble idea to restrict the use and because of the devastating impact okolnata environment.
Pros, I think, are visible to all. What can we use? Paper and textile bags. Some will say that the paper is cut trees, but this packaging takes much, much longer. Greener, more aesthetic, more comfortable with everything in a big bag healthy than thousands of small plastic bags, securely planted in our consumerist culture.
I do not care how much it costs or whether naylonkata is free - for several years trying their best to restrict their use and carry a bag or purse at home wearing a large paper bag. Even if you do not bag inside, you can always get all the products in one place, instead of the lady in the shop to put each thing almost a separate nylon.
Just weeks after the appreciation of naylonkite, I noticed with regret picking home to at least five people from the shops filled with plastic bags, about 4-5 in number only one person. I'm really sad this whole wasteful and generally unconventionalism to something that can be as small and inconspicuous, but once it becomes a habit, it is easy to help the environment and ourselves.
How do you deal with thousands naylonki to foist your vendors for the smallest thing? I usually give up and look at me weird. Is the price increase will change the mass consciousness units or people who actually care. Time will tell.
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