The Biodegradable PLA Plastic: What You Need to Know
Marketed as "biodegradable plastic," PLA (Poly Lactic Acid) plastic has gained popularity and has become a potential alternative solution for reducing single-use plastic. However, there are still issues with PLA plastic: is it an ideal solution for our daily life and a perfect solution to the plastic problem?
France: A Revolutionary Pioneer in the "End of Plastic" Movement
The French Republic, as the second-largest European economy, produces up to 4.73 billion discarded plastic cups annually, but only 1% of them are recycled! This staggering amount of disposable plastics not only affects the appearance of the city but also inflicts harm to the natural environment. Due to this situation, the French authorities realize that tackling plastic pollution has become a top priority.
Canada: The New Leader of Plastic Reduction in North America
According to astonishing statistics from the official agency, Canadians use more than 15 billion plastic bags yearly, while the percentage of plastic recycling is only 8%. Thus, Canada has followed other countries' pace and responded to the international plastic reduction trend to improve the current situation.
The Popularity of Hand-Shaken Drinks in Taiwan - a Double-Edged Sword to the Environment
Two things describe what Taiwanese always do in their daily life: have a cold drink in summer and take a warm one in winter. Of course, this fact shows the significance of the drinks market; still, it simultaneously makes the crisis of disposable plastic drink cups come to the fore.
The Milestone of Plastic Reduction! The "Global Plastic Treaty" is on its way!
Nowadays, the environmental damage from plastics has been a transnational threat to the Earth. Therefore, international consensus and cooperation are essential to improve the current situation and reduce plastic pollution. As the most influential organization in the world, the United Nations (UN) passed a historic resolution about plastics at the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA 5.2), held at the beginning of 2022 in Kenya.
The Invisible Killer in the Environment: the Pervasive Microplastics
Over the years, the plastic products we abandon have piled up in mountains and oceans. Created by the usage of these plastic products, our temporary convenience causes irreparable damage to the natural environment and invades our daily and pure life, causing harm beyond imagination.
Start from the Royals! The resolution for the plastic reduction in Great Britain
According to the statics, the UK and the US take the lead in the ranking of plastic waste produced per capita! Therefore, “how to eliminate plastic products” has become a significant issue for the former under the pressure of the plastic reduction trend.
2023 SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL PLANT FIBER MOLDING INDUSTRY TRADE FAIR(NANJING)
Deluxe participated in the 2023 SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL PLANT FIBER MOLDING INDUSTRY TRADE FAIR(NANJING)
Bali's fight against plastic pollution
Rich Horner showed him swimming in Manta Point, a famous diving site about 20km from the popular tourist island.He told the BBC the sight was “horrifying”.