Have you ever asked, “What can I do with all those plastic grocery bags?”
If so, you are not alone because most people do. In fact, if you are like most of people, you already have a collection of plastic grocery bags stuffed in a kitchen drawer already.
With these bags, people have a resource that is already made, shipped and given to us for free. They are just waiting right in our kitchen closet for us to reuse them. With all the uses and benefits of money savings and reduced waste, Products That Work hopes people everywhere will join their ‘Re-Use Revolution’ and help eliminate ‘single use’ as a descriptor of plastic grocery bags.
With BagSavr+ Products That Work hopes to drastically reduce plastic bag littering: “Not only is reusing and repurposing a no-brainer, but If everyone had BagSavr+ at home, littering of plastic bags would be reduced, helping to keep those bags out of waterways. It provides a great incentive for everyone to reduce waste and littering with bag reuse. What we are doing is simply providing the tool needed to unlock the true value of these bags for people everywhere. Once people understand the benefits of saving them, they will stick them in their pockets instead of tossing them as litter.”
With 8 designer color options and an eco-modern style, people are using BagSavr+ in locations such as apartments, campers and RV’s, retirement homes and college dorm rooms and even in their cars.
The simple to use, attachable design along with the convenient size have made it a perfect fit for people looking for a smaller garbage can.
“It’s hard to find anyone who does not understand and agree with the importance of using resources responsibly”, according to Beversluis. “With BagSavr+ we hope to provide millions of people the opportunity to reuse and repurpose all of their bags. Doing so will help to keep the environment clean while they save money: all while making their household trash and recycling easy to manage. We worked very hard to make BagSavr+ affordable and easy for everyone to use in any location.”