During each visit to the wet market, librarian Yansary Abdullah, 34, estimates she is given about 40 plastic bags, but they often end up in the bin because they held raw food. So last month, she brought her own containers to the wet market and plans to continue doing so.
"I think it is a pity to see so many bags being thrown away," she said.
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