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* 1. Are you concerned about the environmental hazards of using plastic bags in today's world?

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* 2. When you shop, do you primarily use

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* 3. If the City of Dallas were to reduce the use of plastic bags (similar to what the City of Corvallis did), would you be willing to pay $0.05 for each paper bag you received if you didn't have your own reusable bags?

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* 4. Would you approve of a single-use plastic bag ban in the City of Dallas? This would not effect deli's, restaurants, pharmacies, etc.  Here is a link to the City of Corvallis' ordinance if you are interested in seeing it. https://www.municode.com/library/or/corvallis/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=TIT8BU_CH8.14SIEPLCABA

Thank you for taking this survey.

Many people in the world today do not realize how much plastics are damaging our planet. Reducing plastic bag use would be one step in the right direction to lessen the problem.

Did you know?
The world's largest garbage patch is the Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch. It is over 3 million tons (2,000 lbs = 1 ton) of garbage that is increasing steadily in the Pacific Ocean.

Scientists believe 80% of marine plastic is discarded from land.

Plastic will never biodegrade, but it does photodegrade in the water. It becomes tiny chunks of garbage which fish eat. We then eat those fish. Many marine species carry toxin warnings today and should not be consumed by humans.

Midway Island, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and far from humans, is home to the albatross and their breeding grounds. The albatross have no contact with humans on this remote island, but thousands of albatross die each year due to eating the plastic humans generate which floats in the ocean that surrounds Midway Island.

Worldwide, according to the United Nations Environment Programme, plastic is killing a million seabirds a year, and 100,000 marine mammals and turtles.

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