June 29, 2020 — For Milli Martinez of North Hollywood, CA, recycling has been a way of everyday living. For many years, she has taken her personal reusable luggage to the grocery retail store. At retail merchants, she would also drop their luggage and use her personal.
Then arrived the coronavirus pandemic. Quite a few grocery merchants switched back to one-use plastic luggage and prohibited customers from bringing their personal reusable luggage. Though annoyed at the squander, Martinez states she understands the drive to cease the spread. Even so, she states, “I’m concerned persons will get out of the habit