EEC Reusable Bags

September 9, 2019

I attended the Bernards Township Committee meeting, where local student Anjali Dahiya was recognized as the 2019 Reusable Bag Design Challenge Winner and honored with a resolution from the Township Committee.

Many residents are showing their support for reducing plastic waste by switching to reusable bags. As many of you know, this issue is one I support wholeheartedly, and I know we can significantly reduce the use of single-use bags and plastics in our township!!

The reusable bags are free to Township residents at Town Hall while supplies last. Thank you to the EEC!

Congratulations, Anjali!

Sophia Chadda

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