A few reasons to use reusable bags and stay away from plastic:  1. The petroleum used to produce 14 plastic bags can drive a car one mile. 2. Plastic bags take anywhere from 15 to 1000 years to decompose. 3. It's estimated that 1 million birds and thousands of turtles and other sea animals die each year after ingesting discarded plastic bags.

A few reasons to use reusable bags and stay away from plastic: 1. The petroleum used to produce 14 plastic bags can drive a car one mile. 2. Plastic bags take anywhere from 15 to 1000 years to decompose. 3. It's estimated that 1 million birds and thousands of turtles and other sea animals die each year after ingesting discarded plastic bags.

A few reasons to use reusable bags and stay away from plastic:  1. The petroleum used to produce 14 plastic bags can drive a car one mile. 2. Plastic bags take anywhere from 15 to 1000 years to decompose. 3. It's estimated that 1 million birds and thousands of turtles and other sea animals die each year after ingesting discarded plastic bags.

A few reasons to use reusable bags and stay away from plastic: 1. The petroleum used to produce 14 plastic bags can drive a car one mile. 2. Plastic bags take anywhere from 15 to 1000 years to decompose. 3. It's estimated that 1 million birds and thousands of turtles and other sea animals die each year after ingesting discarded plastic bags.

Turtle entangled in marine debris (ghost net)    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Turtle_entangled_in_marine_debris_%28ghost_net%29.jpg

Turtle entangled in marine debris (ghost net) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Turtle_entangled_in_marine_debris_%28ghost_net%29.jpg

monkey-eat-plastic-bag by ecogreen4us, via Flickr

monkey-eat-plastic-bag by ecogreen4us, via Flickr


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