Priceless plastic

Allen Lockington, Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka | Friday, August 11, 2017

I was at a big supermarket in Lautoka and watched the shoppers.

Remember when people used to take seven to eight plastic bags of groceries?

Well, one lady struggled with her one bag full of groceries, it was so heavy that it tore.

You'd think she would have paid anther 10 cents to buy one. No!

Guess where the torn bag went? Into the rubbish bin!

Soon it will find its way to the dump.

But let me just say this, the plastic that we usually see on the roadside, in creeks, beaches and all over the place is now an issue.

Soon it will be priceless, so to speak.

I will tell Wise Muavono and Dan Urai that I am selling plastic bags.

Good ones. They sell for $1 a piece.

I can buy my grog with the money.

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