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The effort took ban plastic bags have already started and it is starting to make some noise around the world. China, the most widely populated country in the world standing at 1.3 billion people has issued a ban on all non recyclable plastic bags. “ China uses more plastic bags than any other country and squanders 37 million barrels of crude oil on plastic bag production every year” (Zaleski) That is a staggering number when you think about how much oil is going to be saved for just switching to paper or a renewable “green” bag. This move by China is very crucial to fate of grocery bags because if this plan by them does not work out and they have to resort back to plastic again. It will be a big blow to eco-friendly future of grocery bags. Other countries and North American states are starting to catch on to the idea that China has proposed. Boston and Baltimore have started to enact taxes as high .17 cents a bag to help push towards choosing paper or bringing their own “green” bag. San
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