Guilford’s plastic bag ban takes effect January 1st

Connecticut

GUILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A bag ban goes into effect in Guilford on Wednesday.

RELATED: Branford to ban all single-use plastic bags by Dec. 12

Businesses in Guilford may no longer sell or provide plastic bags at checkout starting Wednesday. Stores will still be able to use plastic ‘product bags’ which are those customers use to hold produce at the grocery store.

Paper bags will still be provided at checkout for ten cents.

RELATED: FAQ about the new plastic bag tax

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