The Bagshare Project, a statewide challenge in Massachusetts that makes it easier for cities and towns to replace plastic bags with reusable bags, is helping the Town of Adams improve its recycling efforts. Through the challenge, the town has set a goal to make 8,400 reusable bags (one for each resident) by Earth Day, April 22.
The set goal will help residents comply with an anti-plastic bag ordinance that goes into effect on March 30.
Portland Press Herald has more:
The old Firehouse Cafe on Park Street was bustling with activity Sunday afternoon as half a dozen people stood around a work table making reusable shopping bags. It’s part of The Bagshare Project, a statewide challenge to make an easier transition for towns like Adams that are moving away from plastic bags.“We want to make 8,400 reusable bags for Adams by Earth Day, April 22,” said Leni Fried. “That’s one bag for each of the 8,400 residents in town.”