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Delaware’s recent plastic bag ban may have you looking for other ways to take your groceries home. Here are four alternatives to single-use carryout plastic bags that are better for you and the environment.
As of January 1, we no longer use plastic carryout bags from many places like convenience, grocery or other retail stores. Most retailers don’t distribute point-of-sale plastic carryout bags anymore. You’ve got questions? We’ve got answers.
As of Jan. 1, 2021, plastic carryout bags have been replaced by reusable bags at checkout in many stores throughout Delaware.
In 2019, the Delaware General Assembly passed a law banning plastic carryout bags (82 Del. Laws c.
The DNREC Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances will conduct a virtual public hearing on the proposed revisions to 7 DE Admin. Code 1301 Section 14 “Plastic Carryout Bag Ban and At Store Recycling Program.”
Retail Stores in the State of Delaware are required to register and complete the At-Store Plastic Bag Recycling Survey and Registration. This survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.
Barbara Blaier Environmental Scientist 302-739-9403
Eco Plastic Products of Delaware, Inc. has applied for a permit to operate a recycling facility located at 18 Germay Drive, in Wilmington.