Basura Bags Made from Recycled Juice Packs
So your kid has a Mimi the Sardine Lunchbug lunchbag. What about something for you?
Allow me to recommend a Basura Bag tote bag. Made from recycled juice packs by a women's cooperative in the Phillipines, each bag is unique. According to the write-up on ReusableBags.com, the women's coop purchases the containers "through a network of local school children."
Indestructible and non-biodegradable by nature, foil juice packs clog landfills, fields and streets throughout the Philippines. Using clever designs that combine the material's strength & brilliant colors, the co-op helps keep the environment clean via this very cool method of recycling.
Buy Basura Bags.
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Posted by Jess Brooks at June 20, 2007 7:54 AM