Bopp laminated pp woven bags
|Weight (g)||110/120/130/140 or customized|
|Material||PP WOVEN WITH BOPP laminated|
|Printing||CMYK Printing or customer's requirement|
|Delivery||Samples: 7-10 days Mass production within 30 days|
Bulk Packing, or each bag packed into a OPP bag, 100 PCS per carton
|Usage||As a promotional gift: An idea way for the brand's promotion.|
|As a goody bag or birthday treat bag: They are perfect for party favors.|
|As a reusable grocery bag: They can be used to carry little toys,|
|Craft items, gifts, clothes, shoese, beer etc.|
|Feature||Can be printed your own logo.|
|Advantage||Any thickness can be made ,from 60-120 gsm.|
|AZO free, Low Cadmuim,have SVHC TEST REPORT and PRO65 REPORT.|
|All kinds of samples are welcomed and will be transmitted immediately.|
|Thoes unique designed tote bags are truly groovy bags for any occasion.|
They are 100% recyclable, Ecofriendly, hand washable, durable and large
How to limit shopping bags in foreign countries?
South Africa: launch "green shopping bag", from 15 microns to 30 microns, from free to paid, encourage customers to reuse. Ireland: 22 euro cents (about 2.2 yuan) tax will be levied on each plastic bag, and the funds collected will be used for collection of waste plastic bags to control white pollution.
United States: on January 25, 2005, San Francisco launched a new environmental protection initiative, levying 17 cents on each plastic or paper shopping bag, making San Francisco the first city in the United States to impose an environmental tax on shopping bags.
South Korea: shopping bags will not be given to shopping malls or hypermarkets no matter how expensive they are. If the customer doesn't have their own bags, they will spend 100 won to buy paper bags or plastic bags. The store will take back these bags at the original price. The customer can also take the used old bags to the mall or supermarket to replace them.
Bangladesh: plastic bags have been banned since 2002. After the ban, 315 factories producing plastic bags for domestic use were closed, and the use of plastic bags was reduced by 90%. The law also provides that the import or sale of plastic bags can be punished.
Singapore: since May this year, the national environment administration has designated the first Wednesday of each month as "shopping bag day".