More plastic bags are on the way out, thanks to a new technology that could soon replace them for less than $1.00.
The company behind the technology, called Reusable Plastic Bags, says it has tested more than 100,000 bags, with a wide variety of sizes and colors.
The first bag to be tested in the United States is a disposable, 3-foot by 2-foot plastic bag with a metal lid that’s a shade lighter than the standard bag.
It weighs less than 1 pound and weighs 3.5 ounces.
It will cost about $35 for the 1-pound bag, which can hold up to two dozen groceries.
The other two are 4-ounce by 1-ounce bags that are about 1.5 pounds each.
The reusable bags can be used anywhere and cost between $15 and $25, the company says.
The bags have been tested in several different locations and will go into stores in late 2019.
The company says the bags will be more expensive than the regular plastic bags because they’re thicker and have a higher-density plastic.
But Reusable plastic bags aren’t just for storing groceries, Reusable Bags says.
The bags can also be used to make reusable jewelry, jewelry trays and other items.
The companies claims that reusable bags have a smaller footprint and can be stored in more convenient locations.
The new plastic bags have no plastic bags inside them, so they don’t need to be stacked in order to store them, says John J. Hoey, a spokesman for the company.
The plastic bags, which have a special coating that prevents them from drying out, can be recycled in a matter of weeks.
They can also make excellent bags for storing food and other perishables.
In an article in the journal Science, Reuse Plastic Bag’s founder and CEO, Brian Fauci, said the company is working on a prototype that uses microfiber fibers to make a plastic bag that will last longer and more easily than the existing plastic bags.
The microfibers are being developed by the University of Texas at Austin, according to a press release from the company’s parent company, Reused Plastic Bag.
Fauci says the company has already begun selling its plastic bags in the U.S. and plans to expand that to other countries.
The Reusable Bag’s plastic bags will go on sale to the public in 2019, when they are priced at about $10.
The idea for the new reusable bags came from Hoeys former boss, who had been asked to design the bags for his former employer.
The idea for a reusable bag came to him when he was working for a different company, he says.