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Switching to reusable bags? We have some tips to make your transition got smoothly.

Aiming to reduce carbon footprint globally, around 18 states in India have imposed a ban on single-use plastic bags. The government has advised various sectors to gradually reduce plastic consumption as a step to prioritize sustainable living.

However, as consumers, making a switch to sustainable and reusable bags is not easy. You may have found it difficult to transition into a green lifestyle. Here are some tricks to make the transition easy-

LOOK FOR EASILY FOLDABLE BAGS

In order to reduce the amount of waste, consumers can buy bags that can be folded and fit into wallets or pockets. Keeping easily foldable bags will curb your waste production and you’ll be able to contribute to climate change.

MAKE A CHECK-LIST BEFORE GOING OUT

Make a check-list, every time you leave for grocery shopping and add reusable bags in that list. Make sure that you train yourself to carry a reusable bag every time you walk out of your door. Many companies these days have started manufacturing versatile reusable bags that can not only be used for shopping but for other purposes too. ZEDPACK’s non-woven shopping bags, for instance, can even be carried at events and be used for gifting purposes.

TAKE OUT THE SAVED UP BAGS

Pull out those saved up bags and put them to regular use. The aesthetically beautiful non-woven shopping bags by ZEDPACK come in different designs and vibrant colors. The greenway to life doesn’t have to be dull and  ZEDPACK offers options that are convenient, customizable and a lot more feasible for the environment.

ORGANIZE YOUR GREEN LIFESTYLE

Another trick that will help you stick to your green lifestyle is to return the bags to their original position. This step will make you more organized and hanging them on door knobs will help you cut out on plastic consumption. Our plastic consumption will hamper our future generation the most. Motivating and involving the little ones in the family in your initiative will help you keep a check on the plastic consumption.

The transition may not happen instantaneously but with some effort and consistency, you can contribute towards curbing the environmental wastes.

 

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