a cease-fire in the newspaper bag wars
Promote friendly advertising of poly-green plastic bags made by G. P. Plastics.
The New York Times plans to start using these packages this year.
However, the national advertising department of the better Commerce Bureau Council said this week that G. P.
Plastic has accepted the recommendation to stop using some of its green advertising claims.
The proposals were made in December and applied to G. P. Plastics.
The New York Times plans to start using PolyGreen bags at the beginning of this year, but the company decided not to use PolyGreen bags due to uncertain claims for bags.
\"We continue to use standard G. P.
Plastic bags, \"Catherine Masis, a spokeswoman for The Times, said in an email
Friday\'s MailAccording to N. A. D. , G. P.
Plastics said in a statement that he was disappointed with the United Nations. A. D.
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It has been confirmed that it is biodegradable and completely recyclable. G. P.
Plastic also regrets that the United NationsA. D.
Did not recognize some of its slogans (e. g.
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The challenges of mainland products (
Also known as the Mexican packaging company), a rival to G. P. Plastics.
At the same time, mainland products have been condemned by the United Nations. A. D.
Because of the violation of the procedure prohibiting the use of NA. D.
Decision on purpose of promotion.
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It\'s great to hear that the GP has appeared and will stop using the \"green\" statement.
Now, how about finding a green supplier or a \"green\" bag? ? ?