Bottled or filtered water? Paper or plastic bags?
Tap water and reusable bags.
Bottled water, but aspire to own a gravity flow filtering system. Plastic bags, just because I'm too cheap to buy trash bags.
Actually use tap water- the suburb we live in has really nice water from the tap.
Try to use cloth bags but keep leaving them in the car.
I personally own an R.O. system and certainly paper bags.
Tap water, the water in the tap is extremely drinkable. If you don't think so move to a developing country, where children die from diorrhrea caused by dirty water.
We don't have paper bags at the shops in Australia, so if you don't want plastic, you take a canvas bag from home.
We use filtered as much as possible and try to limit the amount of bottled water we use, but it happens. If I have forgotten my own bags, I go with plastic and bring them back to the recycle bin at the same store.
bottled my water is gross and usually plastic
Filtered water and my own bags. Plastic or paper, when used, are reused for trash can liners and recycle bags.
Filtered water in reusable bottles. Reusable/washable shopping bags.
Bottled water and paper bags although in here every shop has bio plastic bag. which I can't understand.
Neither. Tap water is perfectly drinkable where I live (and even tastes good, inasfar as clean water can have a taste at all), and I own a large collection of cloth bags of various sizes that I use for shopping.
just simpel water out of the tap. The quality of drinkingwater is good in Netherlands and it is cheaper as well. I do not need to buy drinking on the go. I always have a refillabel bottle with me with tapwater.
If i get plastic bags i re use them at home.
Mostly I try to have a small bag with me.
Saves from getting more plastic bags
Either or for both.
Bottled water, usually sparkling. Bags - whatever the store supplies.
Bottled water, Paper bag
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