Husband and I had a quick visit to the downtown this morning to have our little girl’s cough checked by her doctor. After the check-up, we passed by the mall where there is a drugstore to buy the prescribed medicine. The drugstore is just in front of the grocery store. I noticed that there are newly delivered packaging supplies in one area of the grocery store. These packaging supplies are all plastics bags in different sizes. It immediately entered my mind how long would it take to consume those bundles of plastic bags. Â And after they consume them, where will they be disposed by the end user. They are non-biodegradable. Â Will they be added to the garbage disposed anywhere? I hope not. The improper disposal of these non-biodegradable plastic wastes is one reason why creeks overflow during rainy season which results to flood. Â They clogged the water passages. Agree? I hope we have a law-maker who will make a law which will regulate if not totally prohibit the use of plastic bags in grocery stores and supermarkets. Better if there will be a law which will mandate that all packaging will be biodegradable.