China's "waste ban" is a good opportunity for the world to understand the innovation of plastic waste. While recycling existing waste plastics with "waste sorting", it issued a "plastic ban" with disciplinary provisions, which is intended to reduce from the source With the production of plastics, we have seen the efforts from countries all over the world. According to incomplete statistics, 16 countries have issued "plastic bans" one after another.
Hainan Province, China will be implemented from 2020
On February 21st, a news conference of the "Implementation Plan for the Prohibition of the Production, Sale and Use of Disposable Non-Degradable Plastic Products in Hainan Province" was held in Haikou. The reporter learned that before the end of 2019, the province will establish a ban on production, sales and use. Local regulations and standard systems for non-degradable plastic products, improve the supervision and law enforcement system to form the supply capacity of alternative products.
Before the end of 2020, the province will comprehensive prohibit the production, sale and use of disposable non-degradable plastic bags and plastic tableware.
Before the end of 2025, the province will comprehensive prohibit the production, sale and use of plastic products listed in the "List of Prohibited Production and Use of Disposable Non-Degradable Plastic Products in Hainan Province (Trial)".
Brazil's sales volume is overdone
Brazil ’s São Paulo City Council voted in the first round of a new proposal to ban the supply of plastic straws in the city.
The decree stipulates that the municipal government of São Paulo prohibits businesses from supplying plastic straws in hotels, restaurants, bars and bakeries, etc. The same applies to nightclubs, ballroom and various concert etc places. Merchants can choose to supply recycled paper straws, edible straws or biodegradable straws. All straws need to be individually packaged and use the same material bags. Merchants will receive a warning from the govern