Paper vs. Plastic
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  • Posted on : November 18, 2013
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"Paper or plastic?" should be replaced with, "Do you have your reusable shopping bag with you?" The challenge we now face is to replace the throwaway economy with a reduce, reuse, recycle economy. Our earth can no longer tolerate the pollution, the energy use, the disruption from mining, and the deforestation that our throwaway economy requires. It is easy to forget how many throwaway products...

Biodegradable packaging
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  • Posted on : November 18, 2013
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The BioBag or biodegradable bag is the ecofriendly alternative for a plastic carrier bag. Made of renewable resources a BioBag carrier bag is 100% compostable in an industrial composting plant (or home composting). A BioBag can be used several times before being composted (as a bag for kitchen and garden waste). Besides the famous shopping bags our assortment of biopackaging is growing...

Bag Fact Sheet
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  • Posted on : August 21, 2013
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Info Sheet Contact: Keith Christman (703) 741-5602 Email: keith_christman@americanchemistry.com RECYCLABLE PLASTIC BAGS Plastic grocery bags are an extremely resource-efficient disposable bag choice. Plastic grocery bags require 40-70 percent less energy to manufacture than paper bags1. For every seven trucks needed to deliver paper bags, only one truck is needed for the same number of...

Plastic vs Paper Facts
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  • Posted on : August 21, 2013
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So which would you choose - plastic or paper? It is becoming a question that has created huge debate; when it comes to packing your grocery shopping, would you choose a paper or plastic bag? It seems like it should be an easy choice, but there are a lot of positive and negative aspects associated with each type of bag. From durability and re-usability to life-cycle costs, there’s a lot more to...