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by:Xilong      2019-10-07
GUELPH —
When Paul Smit ran out of plastic bags at a football retail store in the city center in last April, he saw an opportunity.
Instead of ordering more bags as usual, he posted a sign on the window of the Cork Street store telling customers that he would no longer provide plastic bags.
\"Overall, the feedback is great,\" he said . \".
Smit is following in the footsteps of other downtown merchants who have decided not to carry cumbersome and eco-friendly items.
Stone shops and noodle buckets offer customers the option of reusable, for a fee.
\"Every year we see more local shopkeepers offering alternatives to plastic bags or asking customers if they need them,\" Mayor Karen falbridge said by email . \".
Although Smit initially decided to stop giving plastic shopping bags to customers for convenience and money saving, it has become an environmental problem for him.
\"Of course, I practice the same principle at home.
\"Don\'t waste too much, you know,\" he said . \".
\"We had our own bag when we went to the grocery store for shopping, so I think I basically wanted to transfer it to the store as well.
Smit said he had never considered charging customers until the plastic bags were completely eliminated, but charges for plastic bags were becoming more common.
On April 2009, Luo company
5 cents per plastic bag.
It also provides customers with reusable bags as an alternative.
Some locals support the cost of using reusable bags, but some Guelph residents believe that the cost of five cents is not enough to prevent people from bringing reusable bags.
Customer Audrey Douglas says she doesn\'t like to buy plastic bags, but she will if she needs them.
On last June, the city council of Toronto approved a bid to ban the use of plastic shopping bags in the city, making headlines.
Although the constitution was overturned on November, it came into effect on January.
Toronto will not be the first city to enforce the ban.
San Francisco was the first American city to ban plastic shopping bags in 2007, as was Los Angeles, San Jose, California. Seattle, Washington. Portland, Oregon.
Austin, Texas, followed suit.
Similar bans have been imposed in Switzerland, India, China and African countries such as Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda, such as banning the use of light plastic bags.
Mayor Farbridge said the city had no plans to go shopping without bags, but some Guelph residents would support the ban.
Douglas and other shoppers Laura Gordon both said they would support the city\'s ban on plastic bags as they said they tend to use their own reusable bags.
\"They should only provide boxes --
\"It\'s easier than plastic and can be recycled in brown paper bags,\" Gordon said . \".
\"At least it\'s made of recycled fiber, etc.
Shopper Margaret Miller says she will support the ban as long as the grocery store has other custom backpacks options, \"then you don\'t have to ask for a purchase in an emergency (plastic)bag,” she said.
Smit is not sure if the city can phase out plastic bags, but he is happy with his decision to pack them --free.
The same is true of most of his customers.
\"If you don\'t provide them with luggage, 95 people don\'t mind,\" he said . \".
\"In fact, it\'s a bit overwhelming.
\"Kmckenna @ guelphmercury. comGUELPH —
When Paul Smit ran out of plastic bags at a football retail store in the city center in last April, he saw an opportunity.
Instead of ordering more bags as usual, he posted a sign on the window of the Cork Street store telling customers that he would no longer provide plastic bags.
\"Overall, the feedback is great,\" he said . \".
Smit is following in the footsteps of other downtown merchants who have decided not to carry cumbersome and eco-friendly items.
Stone shops and noodle buckets offer customers the option of reusable, for a fee.
\"Every year we see more local shopkeepers offering alternatives to plastic bags or asking customers if they need them,\" Mayor Karen falbridge said by email . \".
Although Smit initially decided to stop giving plastic shopping bags to customers for convenience and money saving, it has become an environmental problem for him.
\"Of course, I practice the same principle at home.
\"Don\'t waste too much, you know,\" he said . \".
\"We had our own custom backpacks when we went to the grocery store for shopping, so I think I basically wanted to transfer it to the store as well.
Smit said he had never considered charging customers until the plastic bags were completely eliminated, but charges for plastic bags were becoming more common.
On April 2009, Luo company
5 cents per plastic bag.
It also provides customers with reusable bags as an alternative.
Some locals support the cost of using reusable bags, but some Guelph residents believe that the cost of five cents is not enough to prevent people from bringing reusable bags.
Customer Audrey Douglas says she doesn\'t like to buy plastic bags, but she will if she needs them.
On last June, the city council of Toronto approved a bid to ban the use of plastic shopping bags in the city, making headlines.
Although the constitution was overturned on November, it came into effect on January.
Toronto will not be the first city to enforce the ban.
San Francisco was the first American city to ban plastic shopping bags in 2007, as was Los Angeles, San Jose, California. Seattle, Washington. Portland, Oregon.
Austin, Texas, followed suit.
Similar bans have been imposed in Switzerland, India, China and African countries such as Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda, such as banning the use of light plastic bags.
Mayor Farbridge said the city had no plans to go shopping without bags, but some Guelph residents would support the ban.
Douglas and other shoppers Laura Gordon both said they would support the city\'s ban on plastic bags as they said they tend to use their own reusable bags.
\"They should only provide boxes --
\"It\'s easier than plastic and can be recycled in brown paper bags,\" Gordon said . \".
\"At least it\'s made of recycled fiber, etc.
Shopper Margaret Miller says she will support the ban as long as the grocery store has other bag options, \"then you don\'t have to ask for a purchase in an emergency (plastic)bag,” she said.
Smit is not sure if the city can phase out plastic bags, but he is happy with his decision to pack them --free.
The same is true of most of his customers.
\"If you don\'t provide them with luggage, 95 people don\'t mind,\" he said . \".
\"In fact, it\'s a bit overwhelming.
\"Kmckenna @ guelphmercury. comGUELPH —
When Paul Smit ran out of plastic bags at a football retail store in the city center in last April, he saw an opportunity.
Instead of ordering more bags as usual, he posted a sign on the window of the Cork Street store telling customers that he would no longer provide plastic bags.
\"Overall, the feedback is great,\" he said . \".
Smit is following in the footsteps of other downtown merchants who have decided not to carry cumbersome and eco-friendly items.
Stone shops and noodle buckets offer customers the option of reusable, for a fee.
\"Every year we see more local shopkeepers offering alternatives to plastic bags or asking customers if they need them,\" Mayor Karen falbridge said by email . \".
Although Smit initially decided to stop giving plastic shopping bags to customers for convenience and money saving, it has become an environmental problem for him.
\"Of course, I practice the same principle at home.
\"Don\'t waste too much, you know,\" he said . \".
\"We had our own custom backpacks when we went to the grocery store for shopping, so I think I basically wanted to transfer it to the store as well.
Smit said he had never considered charging customers until the plastic bags were completely eliminated, but charges for plastic bags were becoming more common.
On April 2009, Luo company
5 cents per plastic bag.
It also provides customers with reusable bags as an alternative.
Some locals support the cost of using reusable bags, but some Guelph residents believe that the cost of five cents is not enough to prevent people from bringing reusable bags.
Customer Audrey Douglas says she doesn\'t like to buy plastic bags, but she will if she needs them.
On last June, the city council of Toronto approved a bid to ban the use of plastic shopping bags in the city, making headlines.
Although the constitution was overturned on November, it came into effect on January.
Toronto will not be the first city to enforce the ban.
San Francisco was the first American city to ban plastic shopping bags in 2007, as was Los Angeles, San Jose, California. Seattle, Washington. Portland, Oregon.
Austin, Texas, followed suit.
Similar bans have been imposed in Switzerland, India, China and African countries such as Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda, such as banning the use of light plastic bags.
Mayor Farbridge said the city had no plans to go shopping without bags, but some Guelph residents would support the ban.
Douglas and other shoppers Laura Gordon both said they would support the city\'s ban on plastic bags as they said they tend to use their own reusable bags.
\"They should only provide boxes --
\"It\'s easier than plastic and can be recycled in brown paper bags,\" Gordon said . \".
\"At least it\'s made of recycled fiber, etc.
Shopper Margaret Miller says she will support the ban as long as the grocery store has other bag options, \"then you don\'t have to ask for a purchase in an emergency (plastic)bag,” she said.
Smit is not sure if the city can phase out plastic bags, but he is happy with his decision to pack them --free.
The same is true of most of his customers.
\"If you don\'t provide them with luggage, 95 people don\'t mind,\" he said . \".
\"In fact, it\'s a bit overwhelming.
\"Kmckenna @ guelphmercury.
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