Are you going out of your way to collect plastic bags before they become illegal in NZ? Some Kiwis have admitted they are stockpiling bags before they can no longer get them from supermarkets and petrol stations.
It's been noticed that some customers have been taking plastic bags for things like single chocolate bars and drinks "to save up".
Do you find plastic bags handy for bin liners? What eco-friendly tips and alternatives to plastic can you share with your neighbours? Leave a reply to share your thoughts.
17.9% Yes, I've been collecting them17.9% Complete
25.4% I'm saving the bags I have already25.4% Complete
27.8% No, I no longer use plastic bags27.8% Complete
28.9% I only use them when I forget my reusable ones28.9% Complete
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The 2019 Resene Hunger for Colour Appeal finishes next week so now is your chance to get your colour fix and help struggling families in your community by swapping a can of food for a test post of Resene paint!
All the cans received will be donated directly to Salvation Army foodbanks so make sure you head into your closest Resene store this weekend & show your support for this appeal!
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