How to Blend In When Studying Abroad In Galway, Ireland – Tip No. 5, Get your ‘Bag for Life’

Tesco hessian Bag for life  2nd October 2012 14:37.44pm

In 2002, the Irish government introduced a 15 cent levy on plastic shopping bags in an effort to reduce the impact of plastic on the environment.

The levy, which  has since increased to 22 cent, had an almost immediate effect, with most people switching to resuable shopping bags.

So when you go to the likes of Dunnes, Tescos, Aldi or Lidl for groceries, make sure you pick up a reusable bag.

If you found this tip helpful, then be sure to check out our other tips on blending in when studying abroad in Ireland, 123 and 4.

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One response to “How to Blend In When Studying Abroad In Galway, Ireland – Tip No. 5, Get your ‘Bag for Life’

  1. Well I definitely liked studying it. This information procured by you is very useful for correct
    planning.

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