Mitchell Sissons of Stadium Thriftway in Tacoma puts customers groceries into a recycled plastic grocery bag in 2015. Tacoma’s ban on plastic bags went into effect earlier this year, but its penalties aren’t nearly as stiff as those of a ban that just went to effect in Kenya.
Mitchell Sissons of Stadium Thriftway in Tacoma puts customers groceries into a recycled plastic grocery bag in 2015. Tacoma’s ban on plastic bags went into effect earlier this year, but its penalties aren’t nearly as stiff as those of a ban that just went to effect in Kenya. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2015
Mitchell Sissons of Stadium Thriftway in Tacoma puts customers groceries into a recycled plastic grocery bag in 2015. Tacoma’s ban on plastic bags went into effect earlier this year, but its penalties aren’t nearly as stiff as those of a ban that just went to effect in Kenya. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2015

Think Tacoma’s plastic bag ban is bad? At least there’s no $38,000 fine or jail time

August 28, 2017 01:48 PM