[image-1]Loyal readers may remember a few weeks back when the City Paper wrote about the issue of plastic bags and how a local coalition of city, business, and conservation organizations are examining plastic bag use in Charleston.

Well, in an effort to gather public input on single-use plastic bags, the group has launched an online survey to collect local opinions for citizens throughout the tricounty area. According to those behind the project, the survey is a way to “gauge support, concern, and information gaps regarding possible ways to reduce plastic bags in our communities.”

For more information, check out the city’s brief explanation here or go straight to the survey. Those with questions can email plasticbagsurvey@gmail.com. The survey closes Sept. 9.

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