Wal-Mart wants to trim plastic-bag waste by 33%

09/26/2008 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Wal-Mart Stores announced plans to cut its global plastic-shopping-bag waste by an average of 33% per store by 2013. The U.S. retailer, which will encourage shoppers to use reusable bags, hopes to eliminate more than 135 million pounds of plastic waste worldwide.

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