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01/26/2013

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Also,

1. Reuseable bags are more expensive to make and require energy to be cleaned thus offsetting the potential benefit of the ban.

2. Now that plastic bags are outlawed in my city, I have to buy garbage liners which are made of much more sturdier plastic.

3. Human inconvenience also has cost. How, much is 3 minute (time cost of cleaning and keeping track of those reuseable bags) per person per day is worth?

I have never seen a single reasonable discussion of plastic bags..

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