Plastic bag alternatives -- biological packing bag
After 6.1 days of China will restrict the use of plastic bags, in the use of plastic bags preference is very strong today, there is no suitable alternatives to the use of plastic bags to change people directly habit is hard to imagine. Then we use what to replace plastic bags? let us look at abroad have what whim! recently, the British Prime Minister David Brown said Britain will ban the use of plastic bags, Brown also referred to an important condition, namely the use of reusable and more environmentally friendly alternatives. Thus, the British launched “ no plastic bag ” action to starch making packaging bag and a cotton bag. These alternatives are low price: starch making packaging bag each only 5 pence, 10 pence for each bag, the price of a cotton bag for 1.5 pounds. The introduction of these alternatives, gradually welcomed by consumers, supermarkets operating income due to stop using plastic bags is not affected. research institutions in many countries are actively developing alternatives to plastic bags. In the United States, is now manufacturing and promotion of Mirel plastic, which is made of genetically engineered Escherichia coli, the Escherichia coli can eat cereal in the sugar, turning it into polyester particles, and these particles can be made of molded plastic ball, finally produced the. Mirel plastic and manufacturing of plastic raw materials with oil firm, practical, but Mirel plastics in the soil, wetlands, oceans and other kinds of environmental degradation, thus greatly reducing the cost and risk of the environment. But up to now, research and development, production and other aspects of our alternatives in a plastic bag, is still in the blank state.
to prevent the spread of white pollution, ecological protection, Germany Cassell launched the first biodegradable packaging bags. From the shelves, and there is no difference between ordinary packaging packaging biscuits, bread, vegetables, but the packaging bags, boxes are made of corn or potato starch made by customers welcome.