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Since the 1970s the petroleum-based plastic bag has been at the checkout lane in grocery stores, retail stores, and restaurants. In 2006 there were over 88.5 billion plastic bags being consumed in the United States, with less than 1% of those ending up being recycled. The book is about some of the solutions I have come up with.
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"This is a SCAM!!! Email Harvester!!!"
Version: The Death of Plastic Bags 1.1
This is actually an EXE which requires a registration code.
I deleted this as soon as it said I needed to register it.
Now, why would FREE INFORMATION need to be inside an EXE, and then need to be registered?
BECAUSE IT IS SOME KIND OF A SCAM!!!
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