Connecticut plastic bag ordinance going in full effect

The Connecticut statewide plastic bag ordinance about reusable bags is going in full effect on Thursday, July 1, for all stores, according to information from the organization Wilton Go Green. The organization has $10 reusable bags available that are student designed with proceeds going to the organization.

The Connecticut statewide plastic bag ordinance about reusable bags is going in full effect on Thursday, July 1, for all stores, according to information from the organization Wilton Go Green. The organization has $10 reusable bags available that are student designed with proceeds going to the organization.

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The Connecticut statewide plastic bag ordinance is going in full effect on Thursday, July 1, for all stores, according to information from the organization Wilton Go Green.

The organization has $10 reusable bags available that are student designed with proceeds going to the organization.

Visit https://www.paypal.com/webapps/hermes?token=0BX51243AT062102F&useraction=commit&rm=1&mfid=1624313278274_4df0f0561a8ca to purchase a bag frrom the organization.

Supplies are limited. Delivery of orders from the bags will only be to Wilton residents.

A PayPal account is not needed to purchase a bag.

People who are interested in purchasing a bag can do so by selecting the “Pay with a Credit/Debit Card” option, when they are paying for their order through the above link.

A few months ago Caroline, a fifth grade student in Wilton, had a conversation with her mom about ways to make money that could help others. Caroline put her love of art to work, and designed her very own Wilton/Earth Day inspired logo that she then had put on a reusable bag.