The problem with using reusable bags

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bagwholesaler


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In the past few years, plastic bags have been called the culprit of environmental pollutants and have been declared an environmental hazard.ice cream cups wholesale On the one hand, a dozen plastic bags are being distributed for free to consumers, and on the other hand, these consumers are using plastic bags indiscriminately. Also, plastic bags are rarely reused and are usually thrown away after their first and only use.
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One problem with plastic bags is that they are made from petrochemicals, a non-renewable resource. But the main problem is that they never crash. They may fall apart, or break into smaller pieces, but it actually takes hundreds or even thousands of years for plastics to degrade.paper snow cone cups Traditional plastic bags are not easily biodegradable under any normal circumstances. That being said, plastic bags are often not disposed of properly and pose a significant hazard to wildlife. Tens of thousands of whales, birds, seals and turtles die each year from garbage bags in the marine environment, often mistaking plastic bags for food. Once ingested, the bag cannot be digested or passed through by the animal, so it remains in the digestive tract, preventing food from being digested and ultimately leading to a very slow and painful death. Environmental groups have recently taken notice of this fact and have moved to abolish plastic bags, forcing retailers to seek alternative solutions.bagasse lunch box A more popular solution that has recently become more viable among retailers is to offer consumers reusable bags.

There's another solution that's been floating around for the past few years, but never really hit the ground running.ice cream cups disposable Biodegradable bags are usually starch-based, obtained from corn or potatoes, which can be converted into lactic acid, which can then be polymerized into a biodegradable plastic called polylactic acid. Corn or potato starch bags are still expensive compared to traditional plastic bags. Recently, however, some bags made from actual plant fibers are able to provide high-quality biodegradable bags at a reasonable price.disposable bagasse cup These biodegradable bags do offer a more viable solution to the aforementioned environmental issues and consumer behaviour change issues.

Hyde Packaging provides 100% biodegradable plastic bags to stores, businesses and private consumers.paper drinking straws wholesale From grocery bags to shopping bags to trash bags, all are 100% biodegradable and compostable to help you green your business or home.
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