Plastic bags: 4 mil in thickness or greater with handles
Paper bags: made of 40% recycled content with handles
Cloth or another type of reusable bag made out of durable materials
Laundry, newspaper, and waste bags:
Bags used for laundry dry cleaning bags, door-hanger bags, newspaper bags.
Packages of multiple bags intended for use as garbage, pet waste, or yard waste.
Pharmaceutical and veterinarian bags:
Bag must be made of paper and used only for prescription drugs or other medical necessities.
Restaurant bag must be made of paper for take-away food. Single-use plastic bags are only allowed if necessary to prevent moisture damage, such as transportation of soups, sauces, salad dressing, and other liquids.
Bags used inside the business to contain bulk items, to wrap frozen foods, to prevent moisture damage, and to contain unwrapped foods such as baked goods (i.e. produce bags).
Bags used by a nonprofit or other hunger relief organization to distribute food, clothing or other household items.