Our viewing of “The Story of Plastic” was epic! Thank you all for watching and participating in our discussion. We have had a big response of ideas and suggestions from folks – every one eye opening and creative. Send us yours & I will add them! Slevenson@sanleandro.org

Gail Ferris sent:

Check this out at AmazonReusable Produce Bags, Organic Cotton Mesh Bags Muslin Bags with Drawstring Bonus Reusable Grocery Bag for Shopping & Storage, Washable, Biodegradable, Food Safe, Tare Weight on Color Tag(7 Pack) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SZCCQR1/ref=cm_sw_r_u_apa_fabc_iPeVFb62GXSXK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Who Gives a Crap   Toilet Paper from 100 % recycled paper and no plastic wrapping on the rolls.                                     Tru- Earth laundry soap-  no plastic containers                                                                                                                     Bite Toothpaste no plastic tube           Sent in by Melanie Courchaine 

Lary Huls is writing a letter to City of San Leandro City Council & Mayor Cutter (We all need to sign!!)

Stefanie Pruegel sent these amazing links:



 https://www.sfchronicle.com/restaurants/article/S-F-startup-envisions-future-where-all-15578989.php                         Plastic-less Alameda 

Susan’s ideas:

DE Plastic-Free Glass Food Storage Containers with Eco-Friendly Bamboo Wooden Lids, Set of 4 Pantry Organization Ideal for Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Teabags, Pasta, Candy, Snack and Various Dried Foods                                                     Just purchased these bamboo topped glass containers – should last a LONG time!

www.chagrinvalleysoapandsalve.com      So tired of shampoo bottles, so I ordered shampoo and conditioner – in a bar! About as much $ as the plastic stuff in the store –  🙁

Steve Wiley works at San Lorenzo High School and is sending a letter to the Principal with hopes that the students can watch The Story of Plastic” in their science classes

If you want to hold a cleanup in your neighborhood and do the audit, see the link below:

Plastic-follow up