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    I have recently started reusing the plastic see through bags used as PJ envelopes that we get every week. They're by and large clean, they're a useful size, and they're see through, so I can use them for things like organising my shoes instead of slinging them into the back of my wardrobe. Plus I always forget what I've put inside opaque storage items like shopping placcy bags and boxes. And I get a warm virtuous feeling everytime I reuse one of them, and wanted to share and hopefully one day save the planet.

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    Re: Being a green RPSGB member

    Originally posted by lrpolo View Post
    I have recently started reusing the plastic see through bags used as PJ envelopes that we get every week. They're by and large clean, they're a useful size, and they're see through, so I can use them for things like organising my shoes instead of slinging them into the back of my wardrobe. Plus I always forget what I've put inside opaque storage items like shopping placcy bags and boxes. And I get a warm virtuous feeling everytime I reuse one of them, and wanted to share and hopefully one day save the planet.
    I bet most pharmacists use them to store their pharmaceutical journals in!

    Members of this forum excepted of course...
    47 BC : Julius Cesar : Veni Vidi Vici : I came, I saw I conquered.
    2018 AD : Modern Man : I shopped, I clicked, I collected.
    How times change.

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