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Plastic bags are going to be a big conversation in Colorado going into the New Year

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The new law was passed by the state legislature as House Bill 21-1162. Stores will be able to carry recycled paper carryout bags or single-use plastic bags as long as they charge a 10-cent fee for each bag. The funds from the fee will be divided with 60% going back to each of the local municipalities and 40% will be retained by the businesses collecting the fee.
Published 2 months ago · Glenwood Springs, United States

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Plastic bags are going to be a big conversation in Colorado going into the New Year

So you’ve been collecting those plastic bags from different stores for years. Sometimes they even take up all of the space under your sink, entire drawers in the kitchen or large portions of your pantry.  Well you can now finally tell your irritated loved ones or roommates that there is a good use for them, because by next year single-use plastic bags will become a thing of the past in the state of Colorado. “Fees for delivery services that I th…

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