Plastic waste is an environmental problem in the world. An estimated 8 million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean each year. This means there are about 15 new plastic bags for every metre of coastline in the world, and it would take 470 years for the plastic to break down in the natural environment.
Shocking plastic waste pollution has caused serious damage to ocean ecology and the earth’s environment.
According to the United Nations Environment Programme, thousands of seabirds, turtles and other animals die from plastic waste every year.
Plastic pollution takes a huge toll on the global economy every year, costing the tourism and fishing industries alone between 260 million and 700 million euros in shipping waste.
According to data statistics, more than 60 countries around the world have introduced policies or laws to limit the use of plastic, and promoted the use of biodegradable materials through taxation, voluntary agreements and comprehensive bans on plastic bags.
Judging from the current policies of various countries, local governments will ban the use of non-degradable plastic bags in various scenes in the future.
The use of biodegradable bags is imperative.
Non-woven fabricis a new generation of environmental protection materials, with waterproof, breathable, flexible, non-combustion-supporting, non-toxic and non-irritating, colorful and other characteristics.
If the non-woven fabric is placed outdoors through natural decomposition, its longest life is only 90 days, placed indoors in 5 years of decomposition, when burning non-toxic, tasteless, and without any residual substances, so as not to pollute the environment.
RPET fabricis made of high-quality plastic bottle pieces. After processing to form Recycled Chemical Riber, and then through the stitching and knitting process, we choose 80% to 95% recycled polyester staple fiber and 5% to 20% high-quality polyester filament to produce Recycled PET non-woven fabric.
Pla fabricis a new biodegradable and biodegradable material, which is made of starch from renewable plant resources (such as corn, cassava, etc.).
The starch raw material is saccharized to get glucose, and then the glucose and certain strains are fermented to produce high purity lactic acid, and then the polylactic acid with certain molecular weight is synthesized by chemical synthesis method.
With good biodegradability, it can be completely degraded by microorganisms in nature under specific conditions after use, and eventually generate carbon dioxide and water without polluting the environment, which is very beneficial to environmental protection, and is recognized as an environment-friendly material.