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Commonly Used Plastic Bag Terms
While it is common nowadays to carry reusable bags when shopping for groceries or other sundries, retailers of small items are nonetheless obliged to provide shopping bags for customers' easy transport of purchased goods. Retailers have a number of options with regard to the shopping bags they distribute; plain plastic bags, also known as t-shirt bags, tote style, tri-fold shopping bags with handles, grip hole bags, drawstring plastic bags, or recycled bags. Here is a list of commonly used materials for shopping bags:

Biodegradable: Any material that will naturally degrade when exposed to the earth's elements or microbes in the soil. Biodegradable shopping bags are commonly made of corn, with soy based inks.

Bioplastics: A type of plastic made from renewable materials such as corn starch, pea starch or vegetable oils. Bioplastics are often made from materials that can be composted along with food and plant waste.

Reusable Shopping Bags: A thick shopping bag made from canvas, hemp or polypropylene. Many state governments encourage the use of reusable bags by taxing plastic shopping bags.

Cellophane: A transparent food packaging material made from cellulose.

Polyethylene: A thermoplastic polymer derived from natural gas and petroleum. Polyethylene is commonly used in shopping bags.

Blown Film Extrusion: The manufacturing process for shopping bags. Melted raw plastic is pulled through a cylinder, and then compressed air is forced through the plastic, creating a bubble. The bubble is then flattened, dyed, and then cut.

PVC: Polyvinyl Chloride. A widely produced, durable and inexpensive plastic used for piping, clothing, siding, tiles and bags.

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Service Box & Tape Co Write review for this local business
1065 Donnelly Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 756-8384  
Ppc Industries Write review for this local business
3137 Peachtree Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 816-6203  
Tara Plastics Corporation Write review for this local business
4718 Lake Mirror Pl, Forest Park, GA 30297
(678) 365-4400  
Tara Plastics Corporation Write review for this local business
175 Lake Mirror Rd, Forest Park, GA 30297
(404) 366-4464  
Matthews Hamper House Write review for this local business
16 Forest Pkwy Bldg HAMPER, Forest Park, GA 30297
(404) 366-7166  
Elkay Plastics Co Write review for this local business
5290 Westgate Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30336
(404) 346-3833  
Laddawn Manufacturing Write review for this local business
5655 Fulton Industrial Blvd SW, Atlanta, GA 30336
(404) 629-9811  
Bags Direct Inc Write review for this local business
3482 Oakcliff Rd Ste B2, Atlanta, GA 30340
(770) 454-7276  
Georgia Retail Packaging Write review for this local business
4661 Hammermill Rd Ste D, Tucker, GA 30084
(770) 934-9141  
Foison Packaging Inc Write review for this local business
5060 N Royal Atlanta Dr Ste 32, Tucker, GA 30084
(770) 939-2447  
Angel & Associates Write review for this local business
2852 Townley Cir, Atlanta, GA 30340
(770) 938-3363  
Super U-Bags Inc Write review for this local business
1986 Tucker Industrial Rd, Tucker, GA 30084
(678) 291-9766  
Bag Depot Write review for this local business
562 Wylie Rd SE Ste 16, Marietta, GA 30067
(770) 425-8494  
Atlanta Cello & Poly Write review for this local business
4300 Bankers Cir Ste C, Atlanta, GA 30360
(770) 734-9626  
New Bag Co Write review for this local business
1841 W Oak Pkwy, Marietta, GA 30062
(770) 795-8686  
Plastic Bagmart Write review for this local business
997 Mansell Rd Ste A, Roswell, GA 30076
(770) 640-2115  
Poly PRO Write review for this local business
2003 Macy Dr, Roswell, GA 30076
(770) 642-0696  
Uline Write review for this local business
2165 Northmont Pkwy, Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 495-7504  
Almand Joe M Inc Write review for this local business
2440 Eastgate Pl, Snellville, GA 30078
(770) 979-5432  
Armor Packaging Company Write review for this local business
1460 Lakes Pkwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30043
(678) 252-2200  
Uline Shipping Supplies Write review for this local business
1770 Satellite Blvd, Buford, GA 30518
(770) 932-9338  
Pliant Corporation Write review for this local business
1009 Poly Pac Dr, Dalton, GA 30720
(706) 259-9471  
The Trunk Mat Company, Inc. Write review for this local business
318 Maple Grove Rd NW, Dalton, GA 30710
(888) 842-5918  

Retailers are starting to play a bigger part in the plastic bag recycling movement. At shopping centers, grocers are putting out plastic bag recycling bins or posting signs about how consumers can dispose of their plastic packaging. If you plan to recycle your transparent bag, make sure that it is cleaned out and dry.

Many environmental activists are making it a point to recycle biodegradable plastic bags, because they believe that these carriers are better for the world than paper bags. Nonetheless, paper bags are still popularly used in grocery stores, and are sometimes used in conjunction with plastic bags to hold heavier items.

Plastic makes everyday life easier. PVC, cellophane and polythene, all various types of plastic, help to make packaging that you use everyday. Most everyday products can be found sealed by these plastics. Plastic is clear and can help consumers see products, helping many sectors of the shopping industry with their packaging needs.

Gift wrapping is made easier by plastic. Many custom fruit baskets and fine chocolates are wrapped in plastic. Promotional bags are used by business representatives to hand out gifts which are also made of plastic, and sometimes with the company logo printed across the front.

Tiny, transparent, resealable bags are perfect to pack your food for a picnic or car ride. These little bags keep food fresh and prevent leaking. These bags can also be recyclable and reusable if you are only placing dry snacks inside.

No matter if you are very concerned about the environment or don't spend much time thinking about what kind of bags you should be using, it is hard to deny the impact plastic makes on the world.