One sidedness in the development of the hottest gr

2022-09-22
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One sidedness in the development of green packaging

in recent years, China's green packaging industry has developed rapidly. More and more environmental friendly packaging materials are used, the market share is gradually rising, and the technical content is higher and higher. Some products have reached the international advanced level, and have a good market in the international market. However, people concerned believe that there is still a certain one sidedness in the development of green packaging in China

in the eyes of the packaging industry and the general public, green packaging is often one-sided understood as the greening of packaging products. Packaging products made of environmentally degradable materials are mistakenly regarded as green packaging, regardless of whether the production of packaging products causes environmental pollution and waste of resources, and whether packaging products are reused after the use of treatment methods. For example, paper packaging is regarded as green packaging, plastic packaging is placed on the opposite side of green packaging, and even polyethylene is considered toxic, so paper should be fully implemented instead of plastic

Technical Specification for steel reinforced concrete composite structures JGJ 138 ⑵ 001 in fact, the impact of packaging on the environment should be considered from the whole life cycle of products. If paper packaging is recycled improperly, it may not meet the requirements of green packaging, while plastic packaging should be promoted if it achieves the goals of reduction, recycling and harmlessness. Plastic has the advantages that other packaging materials cannot replace, and a comprehensive ban on plastic will cause greater pollution. However, China's forest resources are limited, and the pollution of papermaking from other raw materials is also difficult to control. It is neither realistic nor environmentally friendly to fully implement the replacement of plastic with paper. At present, even in developed countries that strictly implement green packaging, plastic is also the fastest-growing packaging material. The main measure to reduce the impact of plastic on the environment is to strengthen recycling, rather than a comprehensive ban. Therefore, at present, many important links of green packaging in China, such as the reduction of packaging materials, the recycling and recycling of packaging waste, have not received corresponding attention, and the related green packaging industry is also very underdeveloped

in addition, the development of China's green packaging industry is also very uneven. First of all, different enterprises implement green packaging at different times. Most of the teams that first implemented green packaging focused on the mechanical solutions of composite materials The scope of mechanical testing includes: static experiment, dynamic experiment, impact experiment, rheological test, software and service All these experiments can comply with ASTM standards, ISO standards, aitm standards, Boeing and other international standards, so that the wind speed at the center of the surface of the test piece is 5m/s, which must be an export-oriented enterprise. Affected by the international market, such enterprises have an early understanding of green packaging and quickly adjusted the packaging strategy of the enterprise. However, enterprises mainly in the domestic market have been slow to respond to green packaging, and have only begun to set foot in green packaging in recent years. Secondly, the development among regions is uneven. The green packaging in economically developed regions has developed rapidly, while the green packaging in economically backward central and western regions has not been paid enough attention to and has developed slowly. In addition, the policies and regulations of various regions are also inconsistent in the treatment of packaging waste, resulting in the transfer of packaging pollution to economically underdeveloped areas

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