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We Can Do Without Plastic Packaging And Supermarkets

- Nov 16, 2017 -

The idea of increasing the use of aluminium and steel packaging, as proposed by Andy Clarke (Bring in plastic bag ban, former Asda boss tells stores, 13 October), is not a sustainable solution. Both materials rely on finite substances and intensive energy to produce them, and there is no guarantee that they will be recycled and will avoid ending up in the sea as well. One possibility would be to increase the use of starch based “plastic bag”; it’s biodegradable and therefore matters less where it ends up. Obviously another solution is to avoid shopping in supermarkets as far as is possible and to instead shop in markets and smaller shops, which are less plastic bags obsessed and often use paper bags, as in the good old days.

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