However, this type of plastic is limited by its high cost of production as well as the fact that it cannot be recycled.Another way of alleviating the plastic bag program is through the adoption of other forms of more eco-friendly ways of product packaging and transportation (Moorthy, 2010).
Plastic bag are compared to the other household accessories such as needles in that parents teach children on the usage and should therefore user education is imperative as well (Vera, 2010).
This idea is however limited by the fact that educating people is a challenging task.
Dangers of plastic bags Plastic bags present various forms of dangers and hazards to human beings and the environment.
To start with, pose a hygiene problem as their poor disposal leads to blockage of sanitary and drainage systems.
Other countries in Europe such as Ireland have imposed heavy taxation on the utilization of plastic bags while in Africa, Rwanda banned the use of the material (Erikson, 2010).
The efforts to prohibit the use of these bags have been limited by the commercial gains attributed to the plastic bags that reduce support for laws against them.
The nature of the plastic material makes its disposal a challenge that leads into pollution.
This research looks into the dangers brought about by the use of plastic bags and possible solutions to the problem.
Plastic bags are the preferred mode of packaging for many products in the markets of today.
This is due to the fact that they are light, inexpensive and easy to produce.