New York City Council Passes Bag Recycling Bill

The New York City Council voted yesterday by a wide margin to require supermarkets and drug stores to collect plastic bags for recycling.

NEW YORK — The City Council here voted yesterday by a wide margin to require supermarkets and drug stores to collect plastic bags for recycling. The legislation, which reports said was thus far unopposed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, applies to stores that use plastic bags and occupy 5,000 or more square feet or have more than five outlets in New York City, according to a statement from the City Council. Stores would be required to provide collection bins and would have to use plastic bags prin

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