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U.S. Plastic Bag Bans Now 178 and Counting

U.S. Plastic Bag Bans Now 178 and Counting

Columbus, Georgia, August 1, 2014 (PBBR) – As of this writing, there are now 178 jurisdictions across the U.S. that have adopted some type of plastic bag regulation. And, there are at least two dozen more that are considering some type of legislation. In California, many cities are trying to get an ordinance adopted before […]

List of Plastic Bag Bans Published

U.S. Jurisdictions March 25, 2014 (PBBR) – Plastic Bag Ban Report has published a list of plastic bag bans after numerous requests. The list contains all plastic bag bans passed into law across the United States. Included on the list are the jurisdictions that have passed “fee only” regulations. “Many hours of research and verification […]

PBBR Revises Advertising Rates for 2014

PBBR Revises Advertising Rates for  2014

Columbus, GA – Ted Duboise, Publisher of Plastic Bag Ban Report (PBBR) announced today that advertising rates for the publication have been revised.  Effective December 1st, advertising rates for the year of 2014 have been adjusted to better reflect a value commitment. “We looked at the industry, other publications, and the penetration that we have […]

Keeping An Eye On Plastic Bags

Keeping An Eye On Plastic Bags

Plastic Bag Ban Report (PBBR) was started on January 6th, 2010. The mission was to report on plastic bag bans across the globe. We saw the regulation of plastic bags as a growing legislative issue with many city leaders and other environmentalist. As more news and scientific studies of how plastic affects marine life and […]

Plastic Bag Ban Report Expands Coverage

Plastic Bag Ban Report Expands Coverage

New Sections For two years, PBBR has covered plastic bag bans and related stories across the globe. As we begin our third year, we are expanding coverage to include other environmental issues. We have added three new sections to the site: Ocean Debris, Polystyrene, and Environment. We feel that, with expanded coverage, we can better […]

Plastic Bag Ban Repository

Plastic Bag Ban Repository

Continous Growth Plastic Bag Ban Report began on January 6, 2010. PBBR has grown continuously since the beginning, reporting on plastic bag bans and environmental issues. The site has now become a reference source of plastic bag issues. Now, PBBR is read by over 7,000 visitors each month in 70 countries(1) around the globe. We […]

Business Leaders Use Plastic Bag Ban Report

Business Leaders Use Plastic Bag Ban Report

Business Leaders Exploit PBBR Business leaders, government decision-makers, other media outlets, and industry-specific publications read, and have linked to Plastic Bag Ban Report (PBBR). Why? With over 430 articles, PBBR is a repository of plastic bag bans around the globe. We publish only fact-validated news. PBBR is an accurate and reliable resource. How Businesses Use […]

Comments From Readers

Comments From Readers

Plastic Bag Ban Report has hundreds of comments from readers across the globe. After reading an article, be sure to check the comments at the bottom of the article. If you feel the urge to add your own comments, or reply to an existing comment, please engage. Be sure to check Plastic Bag Ban Report […]

Celebrating One Year of Plastic Bag Ban Reports

January 6th, 2010 was the inaugural issue of Plastic Bag Ban Report. The first ban reported was Brownsville, Texas : Brownsville Bans Plastic Bags. Since then, it has been non-stop almost. 2010 was a year of bans and plastic bag wars. However, I think it was just a warm up session. 2011 will see more […]

Post 100 – Happy Holidays!

For my 100th post on Plastic Bag Ban Report, I simply want to wish everyone Happy Holidays! Thank you for your support this past year! I look forward to 2011. In fact, PBBR will be celebrating its 1st anniversary on January 6. As part of the anniversary, I am planning some special articles and tributes […]

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