I'll admit it. I'm one of those people that has a bigger-sized plastic bag in my closest that's full of all those smaller plastic bags I've kept from various stores. I keep them so I can use them in our small garbage cans in the bathroom. (That makes me feel like they're serving some kind of purpose.) As we all know, there are several stores that are starting to move away from those plastic bags. Last year, CNN reported that Kroger will be getting rid of their plastic bags by 2025. Well, now it appears that you can add Walmart to the list of stores that are trying to phase out those smaller plastic bags.

This week, Walmart announced details about their new reusable bag campaign that they will start rolling out next month. The retailer said that they will soon be selling reusable bags for 98 cents that are made out of recycled plastic. The reusable bags will be near the checkout lanes to make it easier for customers to purchase them. You can click here to find out more about the new reusable bags coming soon to Walmart. (Looks like my trash cans may have just gotten a little greener.)