Moira Shire IGA join plas­tic bag ban

The Free Press (Corowa) - - FRONT PAGE -

work­ing at BY JAR­RYD BARCA Lo­cal IGA stores will of­fi­cially be scrap­ping sin­gle use plas­tic bags, in­stead opt­ing to go with the more

cut­ting edge sus­tain­able re­us­able bag al­ter­na­tive.

The news of ditch­ing sin­gle-use plas­tics in gro­cery stores has al­ready made waves na­tion­wide, witMh oWio ra ol­wSohrtihrs e thCe­ofi­urn­st­ci­olf , tih n e cgoroocpereyrast­toioren chains jump­ing on board, but now both Corowa

Corowa Supa IGA Store Owner, Craig Wal­dron, State con­firmed Gov­ern­ment to The Free pol­icy Press that is his clear store – will be com­pletely ban­ning sin­gle-use plas­tic bags.

“We’re now en­cour­ag­ing the use of and will be com­pletely go­ing with the re­us­able bags and card­board boxes, which are handy for heav­ier items and more so fruit and veg­gies,” he said.

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