Self Destructing Polythene Bags!

Naturally LivEco

Everyone agrees, don’t they, that the ubiquitous polythene bag is a huge environmental problem? They are wherever you look – in hedges, caught in trees, littering beaches, floating in the oceans and choking sea creatures. Even those ones disposed of correctly clog up landfill sites. The really scary thing is that no one  knows how long polythene will endure, estimates range between 400 and 1000 years!

value_pack_refuse_sacksThere is a solution to this problem, without extra cost to the end consumer (that means you) and without causing harm to the environment. It is so simple most people can’t believe it.An additive called D2W is put into the raw plastic during the manufacturing process. This is easy for the manufacturer to do – it is a bit like Jamie Oliver ‘bosching on’ a little bit of olive oil into his latest creation and the job is done.

By putting in this additive, the…

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