Plastic Bags: The Environment’s Deadly Predator. Why you shouldn't use them.
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We made the EZGroceryBag better than any other reusable bag on the market today. It's bigger, stronger, has longer handles, two pockets inside, neatly rolls and seals with Velcro, and it's made from recycled materials which eliminates waste. Although PET fabric is more expensive than non-woven poly bags, people buy it who undersand the benefits of buying organic foods. They support the companies that support the environment. The EZGroceryBags were made by a US company.
Conveniently Rolls and Seals with Velcro. Nice!
The World's First and Only Recycled Reusable Bag made of PET that Rolls and Seals with Velcro
- Recycled from plastics into an elegant, strong PET fabric that holds 30 lbs.
- Machine washable
- Rolls up neatly for convenient storage and seals with Velcro
- Long handles for shoulder carrying makes life easier
- Money back guarantee. If you don't love it, return it.
$6 each. 3 for $15 Contact Us Here to Order.
Unlike other bags made of non-woven polypropylene (which takes oil to produce), the Fabric of the EZGroceryBag is made from 80% recycled plastics. This makes it better for the environment because it eliminates the non-biodegradable plastics from entering landfills. Instead, these plastics are woven into a strong, elegant fabric which eliminates plastic bottles from land-fills and makes a reusable, washable eco-friendly shopping bag that is bigger and stronger than bargain bags shipped from China.
-Hundreds of thousands of marine mammals die every year after ingesting plastic bags mistaken for food. (Turtles, Whales, Dolphins, and even sea birds.)
-Each year, an estimated 500 billion to 1 trillion plastic bags are consumed worldwide. That comes out to over one million per minute. Billions end up as litter each year.
-Americans buy an estimated 40 billion plastic water bottles every year, 8 out of 10 end up in landfills
-Plastic does not biodegrade. Once it’s here, it stays here.