OK, I'm going to educate you and back my Chit with documentation.
Your argument is what? Plastics is/are bad and glass and recycling is good, correct? AGREED!
So, How are you going to power the glass factory to remelt or clean the glass?
Coal? Nope! It's a dirty energy source. TAX it out of existanence! YAYYY
Solar panels? Call me when you get there, and don't file bankrupcy,get paid and run with the money.
Burlap bags that are resuable? OK, How many natural resources did you destroy to create that product?
I'm just curious. Include the factory that uses bleaches and toxic chemicals to create it. Let's keep an even playing field here.
Have you seen the horrific pictures of the plastic crap floating through the oceans? Disgusting.
I'm embarassed to be a human. (Dolphins try and WILL me into the water,and use telepathy all the time. Not falling for it. I think they want sharks
to eat me for being human, and screwing up their water. The old bait and switch. LITERALLY)
I don't do ocean. Lake Tahoe only has an old bloated elephant that floats up from time to time. Harmless.
I happen to be in the plastics/new product industry. There. I said it. AND I'm in California.
There are new biodegradable micro-organisms in plastics that tear down plastic within five years upon hitting a landfill.
This product is not banned in California, you just can't use the terminolgy "biodegradable" in the State beginning 2013 because why?
Because of CORN Starch lobbiests.
According to the new law, if a product doesnt' "biodegregade" with 21 days, it cannot use the word biodegradable.
See the pretty fork that says biodegradable in the picture?
Bought and paid for by Iowa and Nebraska lobbiests here in California.
And? They BEND when they come in contact with heat doncha know. So they don't even work.
So what right?
Plastic Bags are only 1/20 of the plastics problem. ERRRRRR 1.0 percent of the problem.
That's THEIR websight in Cal. Not mine.
My point? People do NOT want to pollute or exploit the Earth in the plastics industry. But to ban a product that was just getting ready to help the
Earth at the profit of the cornstarch industry for profit is disgusting.
Enso is not banned. Biodegregation within 21 days is an insult in terminology based on a paid campaign by cornstarch lobbiests.
It's beyond rediculous. And I'M a treehugger.
And don't tell me at least it's a start or I'll puke.
Don't throw bad money into a bad situation just because you "believe "
in saving the Earth.
I'll just pay you off to pretend I care. Ask the cornstarch lobbiests. This is NOT going away you asses.