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Is the restaurant the birthplace of plastics? In fact, reducing the use of plastic is not as difficult as we imagined.

Plastic goods tend to be an integral part of human life in modern society. Regardless of the daily needs, a certain amount of plastic materials are used in furniture or supplies. In the catering industry, packaging boxes, disposable tableware, straws, packaging bags, etc. are mainly made of plastic. However, in recent years, some catering giantsContinue reading “Is the restaurant the birthplace of plastics? In fact, reducing the use of plastic is not as difficult as we imagined.”

Because of COVID-19, does the amount of plastic products in hospitals increase significantly?

Nowadays, coronaviruses are raging all over the world, doctors and nurses in hospitals are becoming more and more busy. During this period, it seems that plastic products are used more and more. Xinyi Bian interviewed a chief nurse in China and learned about the use of plastic products during the epidemic. AiHua Xu, 48, theContinue reading “Because of COVID-19, does the amount of plastic products in hospitals increase significantly?”

Beth Terry :10 steps to take to start your plastic-Free Living during pandemic

The global demand for PPE has caused a concurrent uptick in demand for single-use plastics, facing this crisis, what can we do to reduce the pollution when we under the social-distancing? Why not take some advice from Beth Terry, the author of Plastic Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too.Continue reading “Beth Terry :10 steps to take to start your plastic-Free Living during pandemic”

During the epidemic, how did plastic-free people continue their plastic-free life?

Around the world, more and more people have realized the destruction of plastics to people’s living environment, so they have chosen to join the team of a plastic-free life. Living without plastics is an environmentally friendly lifestyle invented by Irene Rhodes, an Australian environmentalist, aiming to reduce the plastic pollution by avoiding the use ofContinue reading “During the epidemic, how did plastic-free people continue their plastic-free life?”

Shops and supermarkets in Germany reduce their demand for plastic

Smoothies in plastic bottles, shrink-wrapped veggies and the oh-so frowned upon plastic straw – everywhere you look there is plastic. Many people first think about plastic in regard to how we use it to wrap and store food items, but nowadays plastic is basically everywhere. Julia Brunner asked company owners of my hometown Achern inContinue reading “Shops and supermarkets in Germany reduce their demand for plastic”


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