The representatives of the two conferences suggested that takeout should be banned from plastic packing boxes. What do you think?
According to Chinese takeaway big data released by a takeaway platform, there are 600 million takeaway users in the Chinese market, and 63.3% of users consume more than three times a week. Based on this calculation, at least 400 million disposable plastic lunch boxes are produced every week, and most of these boxes are refractory plastic boxes.
This year's Hangzhou Two Sessions, some representatives proposed:
I. It is forbidden to use plastic packing boxes for take-out and take-out
Encourage restaurants to use non-disposable containers
What do you think of it?
Some citizens expressed doubts:
So what packaging is it, is it a bowl?
Some citizens agree:
For environmental protection, of course, the less plastic is better. However, most people have convenient pictures, and (plastic lunch boxes) are relatively cheap, so most businesses still use them.
This has nothing to do with us.
We certainly agree that if plastic is harmful to the human body, another way would be better.
What are the disadvantages of plastic packing boxes?
Some people think that often eating food packed in plastic containers is harmful to the body, because these plastic containers release plasticizers, bisphenol A, dioxins, heavy metals and other harmful substances. In this regard, we have also rumored in the previous article "All say that plastic is toxic, and you must know how to eat takeaway often" : For qualified disposable plastic containers produced by regular manufacturers, we do not have to worry too much about its safety. But eating takeaway often is not a good thing, for example, it is difficult to guarantee nutritional balance and hygiene.
How to solve the problem of "abuse of plastic packing boxes"?
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Catering and food delivery has led to a surge in the use of disposable tableware, posing a threat to the ecological environment. From the perspective of the entire supply chain, plastic manufacturers, catering companies, takeaway platforms, consumers and other parties need to share responsibility.
From our own perspective, Sue Liujun believes that individuals need to minimize unnecessary takeaway consumption, go out and pay attention to ordering food properly, try to bring their own packaging containers, implement various feasible measures to the actual situation, and promote the crackdown of the environmental protection of takeaway garbage.