Retailers are rewarding green shoppers for doing their part with discounts and donations to ecological projects
At checkstands across the nation, shoppers are silently chiding themselves for forgetting their reusable bags. For the average family, the slip-up costs 15 plastic bags per grocery trip. A lot considering that it could take as many as 500 years for one to degrade in a landfill. Now retailers hope to help more consumers remember with incentives ranging from a dollar off a future visit to donations to a charitable cause. Some are even persuading shoppers to make greener choices in the ...
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