Obviously, you must be aware that tons of dechets are rejected every year due to our lifestyle and our consumption. Recycled or often thrown directly on the environment, these wastes are mostly plastics. Between 5 and 13 million tons of plastic are thrown into the ocean every year and ingested by birds, fish and different types of organisms.
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Waste recycling, reusable bags regulations, political movements, petitions, protest marches for the environment, driving electric cars or buying eco-friendly bulbs tend to change our habits, our behavior. In fact it is about supporting the sustainable development everyday. It becomes a more and more famous subject for the press, the companies and different kind of organisations.
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Plastic bags regulations
Plastic bags appeared massively in Europe in the 1960s. This emergence was linked to the creation and democratization of supermarkets. Bags quickly replaced the wicker baskets of consumers thanks to their lightness and their capacity to carry up to 2000 times their weight.
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Woven polypropylene bags
Woven polypropylene bags are the alternative to disposable plastic bags mainly used by retailers. They are well known for their strength ensured by a specific mesh covered by a plastic layer. By this way, these bags are solid, waterproof and washable and they have convinced a large majority. In fact, the polypropylene bag has become more and more famous since the last decades especially thanks to its durable and sustainable features for the environment.
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Eco friendly and reusable bags
Nowadays habits have changed in France ! Weekly shopping is more and more done in order to fulfill eco friendly and green objectives. The Bio label is mostly present unlike plastic bags which are disappearing. In fact, the plastic bags we used to find on the shops are now prohibited by a new French law. You must have your own reusable bag or you have to buy one, this is about a new lifestyle imposed in all shops. It used to be a small detail to pack our purchases but it has become a contemporary challenge thanks to a general awareness about the earth impact both in the short and in the long term.
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