The Solid Waste Law has already entered into force on Wednesday in the country’s capital
In Mexico City, following the ban on plastic bags, the cones of paper have returned to positions to replace them.
The Solid Waste Law has already entered into force on Wednesday, so traders have had to look for alternatives to dispatch their customers.
Given this, the newspaper cones have returned and the sellers already roll the paper, then fold it from the ends and thus serve the kilo of fruit or vegetables.
However, not all tenants have the ability to create the cones, so they insist on customers to bring their own bags to carry their merchandise.
On the other hand, although some dealers already carry their bag, they prefer to separate the more “delicate” foods with cones to prevent them from being mistreated.
According to the XCN News report: It should be noted that although the new Law (goodbye plastic bags) already applies and merchants have respected it, they indicate that they want to know the rules of use on the bags well since they do not know well what can be used and what is not.
A plastic sack, poly pack, or pocket is a kind of compartment made of slight, adaptable, plastic film, Nonwoven texture, or plastic material. Plastic sacks are utilized for containing and moving merchandise, for example, nourishments, produce, powders, ice, magazines, synthetic concoctions, and waste. It is a typical type of bundling.