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Die Cut Small

80 GSM non-woven polypropylene die cut handle bag with tonal recycle logo imprinted on both sides.

Size: 10W x 14H
Imprint Method: Screen Print
Imprint Area: 5.5W x 6H

Quantity Pricebreaks: 100, 250, 500, 1000, 3000+

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The 10x14 non woven die cut small bags are a fan favorite. Perfect for reaching out to your customers through promotional brand advertising, they are made from a 80 GSM non woven polypropylene, and are a die cut handle bag featuring a tonal recycle logo imprinted on both sides further emphasizing the fact that you care about the environment. Recycled bags are becoming a large part of the marketing and business world and for good reason. Itís time to incorporate them into all of our business practices everywhere. This can be made very simple by simply recycling and disposing of plastic bags properly, and increasing the use of recycled bags.

Learning how to recycle plastic bags will help increase use of recycled bags. The phrase reduce, reuse, and recycle will help with plastic bags. Getting rid of plastic bags in the best way possible will further help the environment. In recent years, it has become known that plastic bags are bad for the environment. Gallons of crude oil are used to make a yearís worth of plastic bags every year. They are not biodegradable. There are many options to reduce, repurpose, and recycle plastic bags. Plastic bags should be disposed of safely to help the environment. Recycled bags made out of eco friendly material are the best solution to plastic. To reduce the amount of plastic bags circulating in the world Ė stop getting them. If you only have a few items at checkout in a store, simply carry them out. The best option, however, is to bring your own reusable bags. Bags made out of recycled materials can be used over and over again. Every shopping clerk will appreciate your environmental effort by bringing your own reusable bags. Clerks have no problem packing your goods in them. Using recycled bags also increases awareness. People will see you using these bags and might get some for themselves. Becoming a role model for reusable bags will further spread their use. Plastic bags can be reused for different purposes. They can act as a trash can liner for small trash cans. They can be used to pick up after dogs or clean a litter box. Wet items like bath toys can be placed in a plastic bag with holes poked in it. This will allow the water to drain from the bag and avoid mildew on the wet items. Plastic bags can be turned into a craft project, even. They can be used as packing material for storage and mailed boxes. This is a good alternative to bubble wrap which cannot be recycled. Plastic bags can even be used as a lunch sack. No matter how plastic bags are reused, eventually they will end up in the trash. This is where the biodegradable problem comes from. Since plastic bags are manufactured from crude oil, they take nearly 400 years to break down. Plastic bags can only be recycled certain ways. Sometimes curbside recycling services will not accept them. Many major shopping chains have a box for recycling plastic bags. Any type of plastic can be recycled there. Just make sure any cloth drawstrings are removed, the bags are clean, there is no food residue, and any plastic zippers are removed. There are a few kinds of plastic bags that cannot be recycled. Bags with food residue or strings cannot be recycled unless cleaned. Zippers like the kind Ziploc manufactures cannot be recycled. Bags that formerly contained mulch or soil cannot be recycled. Bubble wrap, food containers made of plastic, and bottles cannot be recycled. Check local recycling guidelines before getting rid of plastic.
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