Why is Hawaii’s eco bag so pricey?

The eco bag is a lightweight, reusable and disposable bag designed to keep people’s waste and recyclables in the environment.

But when it’s not in use, the bag can get in the way of others who want to pick up the items and then dispose of them safely.

Hawaii’s Office of Environmental Protection (OEP) says that its bag has become so popular that it’s had to offer a special discount for eco bags.

It’s now $12.50 a piece and only works with non-paper, plastic, cardboard and fiberglass products.

For $15 a bag, you get a reusable reusable bag that is waterproof, biodegradable and recycles into a reusable bag when the product is no longer needed.

But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t still cost a lot.

The $18 eco bag with the plastic bag has a price tag of $25 a piece.

This eco bag will also sell for $15 to $20, depending on the size of the item.

But for an item that will be used once or twice, this could be a good deal.

The price tag on a non-perishable item is higher, too.

But if the item is worth $20 or more, the eco bag can easily be a bargain.

This is an excerpt from the September 2017 issue of Buzzfeed.

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