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Giant Eagle to end use of plastic grocery bags | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In a move that follows national trends away from single-use plastic, Giant Eagle on Tuesday will announce a six-month pilot project, in cooperation with the City of Pittsburgh and Sustainable Pittsburgh, to eliminate such materials from the supermarket chain’s operations by 2025.

Starting Jan. 15, the grocer will end the use of plastic grocery bags at its Market District store in the Waterworks shopping plaza and at the O’Hara GetGo convenience store on Freeport Road, as well as at Ohio stores in Cuyahoga County and Bexley, a suburb of Columbus.

Source: Giant Eagle to end use of plastic grocery bags | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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