Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania to phase out single-use plastic bags

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania announced that it will stop using plastic bags in its 34 stores in the region.

It’s the kind of environmentally friendly policy move many retailers have sought to make only to pull back during the various restrictions and health safety concerns of the pandemic.

Instead, the Lawrenceville-based nonprofit organization is guiding its customers to either use free boxes available in its stores, bring their own reusable bags or by a Goodwill fabric tote for $1.

Read more at Pittsburgh Business Times.