By 2022, the consumption of disposable plastic products will be significantly reduced, alternative products will be promoted, and the proportion of plastic waste used as resources and energy will be significantly increased.
By 2025, a management system for the production, circulation, consumption, recycling and disposal of plastic products will have been basically established, the amount of plastic waste in landfills in key cities will be significantly reduced, and plastic pollution will be effectively controlled.
IN China–On April 10, 2020, Heilongjiang province began to solicit opinions on the classification standard of urban household garbage.
On April 10, 2020, the National Development and Reform Commission published on its official website the List of Plastics Products Prohibited and Restricted in Production, Sale and Use (Draft) to solicit public opinions.
Hainan province will officially ban the sale and use of disposable non-biodegradable plastic bags, tableware and other plastic products from 2020 December 1.
● IN The World–In March 2019, the European Union approved a bill to ban the use of single-use plastics from 2021.
● On June 11, 2019, Canada’s Liberal government announced a total ban on the use of single-use plastics by 2021.
● In 2019, New Zealand, The Republic of Korea, France, Australia, India, the United Kingdom, Washington, Brazil and other countries and regions issued plastic bans, respectively, and formulated punishment and prohibition policies.
● Japan will begin a nationwide plastic bag ban on June 11, 2019, with a national charge for plastic bags by 2020.
(2). What is 100% biodegradable?
100% Biodegradable: 100% biodegradable refers to because of the biological activity, in particular, the role of enzyme degradation caused by the material, make its be microorganisms or some creatures as nutrition and gradually eliminate, resulting in a decline in the relative molecular mass and mass loss, physical performance, etc., and eventually be decomposed into components simpler compounds and mineralization of the containing element of inorganic salt, biological body of a kind of nature.
Degradable: Degradable means that it can be degraded by physical and biological factors (light or heat, or microbial action). In the process of degradation, degradable materials will leave debris, particles and other non-degradable substances, which will cause huge environmental hazards if not dealt with in time.
Why we only supply 100% biodegradable–Solve the degradation problem of plastic products from the source, make our own contribution to protect the environment.
Post time: May-18-2021