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Daming

Member Since Oct-10 2007
Last Active over 9 years ago
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gotta go, have seminar. last idea, product integratable plastic bags so that a number of them can be somehow used together for more serious purpose other than shopping grocery [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

train the store employee how to stuff things into as few bags as possible [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

print interesting news on paper bags so people wannt paper more [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

print free papers, like badger herold on plastic bags, so people with take care of them [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

organize clubs or organizations on campus to boost reduce plastic bags and reuse them [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

lower the quality of plastic bags to make ppl frastrated with the plastic ones and turn to paper [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

add small collectors in car truncks specially for plastic bags for better bag collection [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

hold "plastic bag collection" competition, the kids who got more bags win [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

enforce the adverticement of the negtive effect on the enviorment from using plastic bags and encourage ppl to use paper bags [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?

use the wasted bags on the roof of the building for water proof [about 10 years ago]

How can plastic grocery bags be creatively reduced, reused, or recycled?