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Want to go shopping? Five alternatives to banned plastic bags

Readers Lounge By Wesley Kipng'enoh
  1. All bags made from non-plastic materials e.g. jute/sisal, Paper,  cloth, Papyrus. This includes kyondos
Non-plastic material

Non-woven polypropylene plastic bags (cloth-like bag)

They are stylish as well


Gunny bags

Gunny bags


100% biodegrade- able bags (starch  and cassava  bags)

Another alternative

Polyolefin  fibre bags- The  Polyolefin are normally used in home furnishings and industrial fabrics. Uses include indoor-outdoor carpeting, carpet backing, upholstery fabrics, seat covers, laundry bags, rope, etc

Fibre bags


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