The path to success is often a difficult one, but if someone else has already done it right, maybe it could be a whole lot easier for the next guy.
With Canada introducing its first comprehensive single-use plastics ban, what should we have learned by now from past failed attempts?
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You might need to outlive Edward Cullen AND Albus Dumbledore if you want to get the most out of your reusable bags.
With the Canadian Government having implemented the single-use plastics ban, have they truly considered whether the approach of their legislation will have the desired impact of diverting plastic from our landfills?
With the fight against climate change at the forefront of everyone’s minds, how can your bag choices help to reduce harmful emissions?
It’s hard to give up plastic zipper-close bags, but when you switch over to eco-certified compostable zip-top bags, they can be tossed in the compost bin filled with organic waste, and you can skip that nasty plastic all together!
Are we doomed to see history repeat itself, or can the Canadian Government design a plastics ban that will work in harmony with Mother Nature?
Compostable products bring us one step closer to a more environmentally harmonized world. Universities across the country have adopted them; will their municipalities follow suit?