In an effort to save money and make a point, a number of cities around the world are introducing new plastic bags to the market.
According to the United Nations, plastic waste is a major environmental and social problem.
The plastics used in the bags are also more toxic than the plastic they’re made of.
The city of Tokyo, for example, announced it will start buying plastic plastic in September.
It’s the first time in more than 20 years that a major city has gone all-in on the plastic-free trend.
According to the city, the goal of the initiative is to save about 10 billion yen ($8.6 million) annually.
But that number doesn’t take into account the cost of shipping, packaging, shipping fees, or the price of the plastic itself.
In the first few months of the year, plastic bags will cost about 10 yen per 100 cubic centimeters (about 6.5 cubic inches), but will eventually cost more.
The plastic bags that Tokyo is introducing are made of polyester, polypropylene, and polyester blend, and have a weight of 2.9 kilograms (4.3 pounds).
They will be shipped from a facility in Tokyo that has already produced more than 1,000,000 plastic bags for use in Japan.
In addition to being recycled, the plastic used in these bags will be composted, meaning it will no longer pollute the environment.
In Japan, the amount of plastic waste that is recycled is about 30 billion yen a year.
In Tokyo, the city will buy about 1,200,000 disposable plastic bags each year, or about 30 percent of the annual market.
In 2019, the market will grow to 6,000 million disposable plastic bag products.
The city will also buy up to 20 million disposable bags each day.
This will give the city the potential to save approximately 60 billion yen annually.
According the city’s chief environmental officer, Yasutaka Okamoto, the purpose of the program is to “reduce plastic waste” in the city.
Plastic bags will also be used in other places in the country.
The goal is to use the plastic bags in food packaging, and to use them in industrial facilities, like power plants.
It will also make them reusable, meaning they can be recycled at the end of their useful life.
While Tokyo has already started using the plastic bag, other cities have not.
The number of new plastic bag orders worldwide has been growing.
The United States, Japan, Germany, Spain, and France all introduced plastic bags at the start of the decade.
A number of other countries, including the United Kingdom, France, and Canada, have since adopted plastic bags.
In 2016, China announced it would also start buying its own plastic bags, and will begin using them by 2021.
According a survey conducted by the United States Consumer Federation, most of the countries that have gone all in on plastic bags have some form of a municipal recycling program.
In fact, China is one of the few countries that has implemented a fully plastic bag ban.
According the United Nation, plastic is the most toxic substance, with more than 15 million metric tons of plastic littering the earth.
In some countries, plastic packaging is a source of significant health problems, including lung cancer, ear infections, and tooth decay.