" How can we pack it in an environmentally friendly way?"
The package problem has been constantlydiscussed since the past.
The sale of plastic bags and the use ofshopping basket, which started from the idea of reducing disposable shoppingbags, led to the ban on the use of disposable plastic bags, which began inApril this year. Found on the coast of Costa Rica in 2015, thestraw stuck in the the sea turtle's nose gives a lot of shock to many people,starting from a large franchise café to small cafes using paper straw insteadof plastic straws.
Despite the changes in government and company,however, the use of plastic bags is still widespread in traditional markets. When I visited the traditional market, Ibought Susu Bukumi. And it was packed one by one in transparent plastic bag,placed in a styrofoam tray, and then piled up again in a black plastic bag. I was grateful to the merchant's mindfulnessthat the bukumi did not stick together. However, the idea of how to solve themind in a way that does not destroy the environment has been circulatingthroughout my head.
In the past, the eco bag heat craze wasintended to reduce the use of disposable plastic bags. However, the intentionwas to become a fashion trend as a fashion trend and simply to mean a categoryof one cloth bag. Recently, Korean researchers have developeda 100% biodegradable plastic bag. It is based on PBS, a polymer material madeby polymerizing biomass and petroleum by-product based monomers extracted fromsugarcane, corn, trees and rice straw. It is said to be well decomposed in soiland water even though it is stronger than conventional PBS.
Regulation of the government, use of ecobags that can be used as diversionary rather than disposable, development ofnew materials Which is the right answer?
I think I can find this answer intradition.
Even if you develop materials that can bedisassembled quickly due to new materials, the same thing happens whenenvelopes are consumed once and discarded. Our traditional crepe can be used invarious forms and functions depending on how one material is used. By studying this crepe wrapping method, wecan reduce the production and disposal of envelopes continuously as it is now,if we can continuously use one material in various ways.