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  1. #1 Paper Probe Finds Lead in Reuseable Bags 
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    Some bags had enough lead that they could be considered hazardous waste if residents put them in their household trash.
    Friday, November 12, 2010

    Publix officials will revamp their lineup of reusable grocery bags after a newspaper investigation found elevated levels of lead in the material of some bags. ...
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    I don't use those. I get plastic bags, and use them to line my waste basket after I'm done with grocery shopping. Or I use them for carrying my wet swimsuit home from the pool.
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    I have canvas bags. They could be radioactive for all I know or care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    I don't use those. I get plastic bags, and use them to line my waste basket after I'm done with grocery shopping. Or I use them for carrying my wet swimsuit home from the pool.
    Me too, saves money on bin liners.
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    I like the plastic bags. I use them to put used cat litter in.
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    Have you ever tried to carry lead in those crappy plastic bags?
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