Non- Biodegradable Bags have detrimental effects on people, wildlife, and the environment:
- They choke, strangle, and starve innocent animals.
- They breakdown into tiny toxic bits that are eaten by fish, which we then eat ourselves. The chemicals go into our own bodies.
- They wash up on beaches and mar the natural beauty of landscapes.
Know the facts about plastic bag pollution and teach others about the challenges we face. With hope, perseverance, and determination, we can succeed in bringing awareness to this issue. Education is the first step.
People need to know there are alternatives. BioBag biodegradable bags are compostable bags that meet plastic bag ban requirements and do not require behavioral change in society. Of course the most eco friendly bags are reusable cloth bags, but not everyone is able to or wants to carry those around with them. Paper grocery bags are an option, as are biodegradable produce bags.
With compassion, commitment, and courage, we as individuals can control the conversation about this issue. We can reach others, spread knowledge, and inspire a positive mindset. Stand for something good, instead of against something sad.