Plastic Bags Are Down 80% In Australia

Australia has cut its plastic bag consumption by 80 percent after two major supermarkets banned single-use plastic bags, reducing the flow of 1.5 billion bags into the country, foreign media reported.

David Stout of the national retail association (NRA), which compiled the data, wants it to be just the beginning. He says the ban on single-use plastic bags in big supermarkets is brave, and an example for small retailers who want to avoid offending customers.

In fact, some retailers have reported as much as a 90 percent drop in plastic bag consumption, stott told the Australian news agency. Mr Stott hopes the superstores will continue to lead the way, putting the industry on a sustainable path.


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