Nov 03, 2015

Petition · John Hickenlooper, The Department of, Chris Howes, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: Ban Plastic Bags in the State of Colorado · Change.org

It's no surprise that plastic bags are absolutely detrimental to the environment and the fragile ecosystem. It takes anywhere from 400 to 1,000 years for for plastic bags to biodegrade. So, instead of breaking down into the soil when it's littered, it just continues to break into smaller toxic pieces, contaminating waterways and the soil. On top of that, it's horrible for the animals that...

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