waltzingmatilda wrote:Hi gypsylady, thanks thats an excellent idea, happy camping....Cheers
gypsylady wrote:waltzingmatilda wrote:Hi gypsylady, thanks thats an excellent idea, happy camping....Cheers
I have posted comments about this on the forum after using it for 2 weeks over the xmas period if you are interested.
Happy Camping you say.... I am always Happy Camping.... wish I could do it full time. Hate this having to work stuff.....
kazzakanary wrote:We just hang a plastic bag from the tent poles and put it a sealed bucket overnight!
gypsylady wrote:Heard this morning on the news where they are anticipating the phasing out of plastic bags by the end of 2008. Could put a dampener on my Croc Bin use!!
will_deness wrote:gypsylady wrote:Heard this morning on the news where they are anticipating the phasing out of plastic bags by the end of 2008. Could put a dampener on my Croc Bin use!!
Wouldn't that be ironic if we start buying shopping bags for our bins. we have 3-4 waste paper bins here at home that take shopping bags. IMHO plastic shopping bags are one of the most recycled items on the planet.
Komodo wrote:Plastic "shopping" bags may be phased out - and if so GOOD!
However there will always be plastic bags available. bin liners for example arent going to go paper or cotton - people hate the random bin juice that manages to escape the bin liner as it is.
I would anticipate we will see more of these "biodegradeable" plastic bags become available, and surely someone (if they havent already) will come out with a bin liner similar in size to a "shopping" bag cause theres more bins than just the "croc bin" that make use of shopping bags as bin liners.
amanda wrote:I have that many I think I would last well into 2020 even if they stopped making them now.
Cruzin wrote:Hi GL
My wife watched a recent "lifestyle" show which showed the making of the the "environmently friendly" green shopping bags.
They are made from re-cycled plastic...... :-bang
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