Support Cheltenham’s proposal to ban plastic bags

Local officials in Cheltenham have proposed an ordinance to ban the distribution of single-use plastic bags in the township. Cheltenham’s residents use an estimated 13.7 million plastic bags EACH YEAR, so this proposal would mean fewer plastic bags blowing through our streets, polluting our environment and water, and littering our neighborhoods. Call on your commissioner to support this important effort to reduce plastic pollution today.

Cheltenham can be a leader in keeping our streets and rivers litter-free! Tell the board of commissioners to pass a ban on single-use plastic bags.

Subject: Support the ordinance to reduce plastic bag pollution in Cheltenham