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by:KingKonree     2020-10-20
One aspect of the ecological disaster is being labeled as a \"plastic plague.
\"It is very difficult to recycle to a large extent, and it needs to be recycled forever --
Hundreds of years-
Return plastic to nature.
China\'s decision to stop using most of the plastic designated for recycling in Europe and North America has exacerbated the problem and forced us to face it.
To get a specific idea of how common this problem is, I decided to take a look at the plastic products I encountered in the first hour of the most recent morning.
Here is what greeted me in my bedroom and bathroom, and my journey from my second floor to the first floor kitchen and dining room where I had breakfast.
In the station in my bedroom, there is a plastic case on my mobile phone, and there is plastic on my car key --
Closed device for locking and unlocking the car.
I carry a plastic cover on my notebook every day.
There is a glass bottle full of pens and pencils in the bureau.
Most of these pens are plastic.
I put on my glasses.
The frame is mostly metal, but the part behind my ear is plastic.
The toilet seat in the bathroom is plastic.
There are pill containers on the sink.
They are made of plastic.
Plastic near toothbrush and proxabrush.
I turned off the plastic night light.
Back in the bedroom, I put a piece of waste paper to be recycled in a plastic bag hanging on the door handle.
I started my journey along the steps leading to the kitchen.
There is a metal dummy on the stair platform at the bottom of the stairs, and my wife hangs a lot of jewelry on it.
Several of them are plastic.
A pair of boots near the front door had a shiny plastic veneer on them.
In the kitchen, I immediately discovered two plastic bottles that have become common over the past 20 years.
I have taken several supplements, vitamins, etc.
They are all in plastic containers, which are stored in a larger container that is also plastic.
There is a plastic basket with all kinds of garbage on the dishwasher.
Our two cats also have a container full of food.
It is made of plastic.
The kitchen sink is a stylish red plastic, as is the handle on the cabinet door.
There is a plastic container for olive oil on the counter next to the sink.
There is a French coffee machine made of plastic next to it, and there is a plastic pasta server next to it.
The edge of the sink is a plastic container with dishwasher soap.
Next to it is a scrub brush with a plastic handle.
Next to the sink is the plastic chopping board and the plastic salad spoon.
There is a plastic cover on the countertop oven and it is microwave on the food.
My usual breakfast includes fresh fruit (
Blueberry, blackberry, raspberry)
Grains, dried fruits and nuts collected from bins (Made of plastic)
At the food store.
Every item on the list is wrapped in plastic.
However, just yesterday, I was able to put some nuts in a paper bag that I didn\'t have before.
Before yesterday, the only loose item in the local food store that can buy paper bags was mushrooms.
The milk I put on this healthy food mix is packed in a plastic bag that requires a dispenser that is also made of plastic.
Of course, there are many extra items in the refrigerator (e. g.
Parmesan, celery and carrots, mayonnaise)
Contained in plastic.
While reading the daily newspaper which was packed in plastic every morning, after I finished my breakfast, I went back to the kitchen and I noticed a knife with a plastic handle and a spice rack with spices in our plastic box.
There are also reusable shopping bags, but they are also made of plastic.
Even recycled blue boxes filled with plastic are made of plastic.
If I were a model, I believe I am, we live in an increasingly dense plastic jungle.
The substance is malleable, convenient, and may even be attractive, but, no matter what the positive side it has, we have to get rid of it.
Most of this mixture is non-recyclable and is not easily destroyed safely.
We need to stop producing so many of these things.
We need to focus on alternatives. Roy J.
Adams is an honorary professor at McMaster University and Ariel F.
Honorary President of Human Rights, provincial university. Roy J.
Adams is an honorary professor at McMaster University and Ariel F.
Honorary President of Human Rights, provincial university.
One aspect of the ecological disaster is being labeled as a \"plastic plague.
\"It is very difficult to recycle to a large extent, and it needs to be recycled forever --
Hundreds of years-
Return plastic to nature.
China\'s decision to stop using most of the plastic designated for recycling in Europe and North America has exacerbated the problem and forced us to face it.
To get a specific idea of how common this problem is, I decided to take a look at the plastic products I encountered in the first hour of the most recent morning.
Here is what greeted me in my bedroom and bathroom, and my journey from my second floor to the first floor kitchen and dining room where I had breakfast.
In the station in my bedroom, there is a plastic case on my mobile phone, and there is plastic on my car key --
Closed device for locking and unlocking the car.
I carry a plastic cover on my notebook every day.
There is a glass bottle full of pens and pencils in the bureau.
Most of these pens are plastic.
I put on my glasses.
The frame is mostly metal, but the part behind my ear is plastic.
The toilet seat in the bathroom is plastic.
There are pill containers on the sink.
They are made of plastic.
Plastic near toothbrush and proxabrush.
I turned off the plastic night light.
Back in the bedroom, I put a piece of waste paper to be recycled in a plastic bag hanging on the door handle.
I started my journey along the steps leading to the kitchen.
There is a metal dummy on the stair platform at the bottom of the stairs, and my wife hangs a lot of jewelry on it.
Several of them are plastic.
A pair of boots near the front door had a shiny plastic veneer on them.
In the kitchen, I immediately discovered two plastic bottles that have become common over the past 20 years.
I have taken several supplements, vitamins, etc.
They are all in plastic containers, which are stored in a larger container that is also plastic.
There is a plastic basket with all kinds of garbage on the dishwasher.
Our two cats also have a container full of food.
It is made of plastic.
The kitchen sink is a stylish red plastic, as is the handle on the cabinet door.
There is a plastic container for olive oil on the counter next to the sink.
There is a French coffee machine made of plastic next to it, and there is a plastic pasta server next to it.
The edge of the sink is a plastic container with dishwasher soap.
Next to it is a scrub brush with a plastic handle.
Next to the sink is the plastic chopping board and the plastic salad spoon.
There is a plastic cover on the countertop oven and it is microwave on the food.
My usual breakfast includes fresh fruit (
Blueberry, blackberry, raspberry)
Grains, dried fruits and nuts collected from bins (Made of plastic)
At the food store.
Every item on the list is wrapped in plastic.
However, just yesterday, I was able to put some nuts in a paper bag that I didn\'t have before.
Before yesterday, the only loose item in the local food store that can buy paper bags was mushrooms.
The milk I put on this healthy food mix is packed in a plastic bag that requires a dispenser that is also made of plastic.
Of course, there are many extra items in the refrigerator (e. g.
Parmesan, celery and carrots, mayonnaise)
Contained in plastic.
While reading the daily newspaper which was packed in plastic every morning, after I finished my breakfast, I went back to the kitchen and I noticed a knife with a plastic handle and a spice rack with spices in our plastic box.
There are also reusable shopping bags, but they are also made of plastic.
Even recycled blue boxes filled with plastic are made of plastic.
If I were a model, I believe I am, we live in an increasingly dense plastic jungle.
The substance is malleable, convenient, and may even be attractive, but, no matter what the positive side it has, we have to get rid of it.
Most of this mixture is non-recyclable and is not easily destroyed safely.
We need to stop producing so many of these things.
We need to focus on alternatives. Roy J.
Adams is an honorary professor at McMaster University and Ariel F.
Honorary President of Human Rights, provincial university. Roy J.
Adams is an honorary professor at McMaster University and Ariel F.
Honorary President of Human Rights, provincial university.
One aspect of the ecological disaster is being labeled as a \"plastic plague.
\"It is very difficult to recycle to a large extent, and it needs to be recycled forever --
Hundreds of years-
Return plastic to nature.
China\'s decision to stop using most of the plastic designated for recycling in Europe and North America has exacerbated the problem and forced us to face it.
To get a specific idea of how common this problem is, I decided to take a look at the plastic products I encountered in the first hour of the most recent morning.
Here is what greeted me in my bedroom and bathroom, and my journey from my second floor to the first floor kitchen and dining room where I had breakfast.
In the station in my bedroom, there is a plastic case on my mobile phone, and there is plastic on my car key --
Closed device for locking and unlocking the car.
I carry a plastic cover on my notebook every day.
There is a glass bottle full of pens and pencils in the bureau.
Most of these pens are plastic.
I put on my glasses.
The frame is mostly metal, but the part behind my ear is plastic.
The toilet seat in the bathroom is plastic.
There are pill containers on the sink.
They are made of plastic.
Plastic near toothbrush and proxabrush.
I turned off the plastic night light.
Back in the bedroom, I put a piece of waste paper to be recycled in a plastic bag hanging on the door handle.
I started my journey along the steps leading to the kitchen.
There is a metal dummy on the stair platform at the bottom of the stairs, and my wife hangs a lot of jewelry on it.
Several of them are plastic.
A pair of boots near the front door had a shiny plastic veneer on them.
In the kitchen, I immediately discovered two plastic bottles that have become common over the past 20 years.
I have taken several supplements, vitamins, etc.
They are all in plastic containers, which are stored in a larger container that is also plastic.
There is a plastic basket with all kinds of garbage on the dishwasher.
Our two cats also have a container full of food.
It is made of plastic.
The kitchen sink is a stylish red plastic, as is the handle on the cabinet door.
There is a plastic container for olive oil on the counter next to the sink.
There is a French coffee machine made of plastic next to it, and there is a plastic pasta server next to it.
The edge of the sink is a plastic container with dishwasher soap.
Next to it is a scrub brush with a plastic handle.
Next to the sink is the plastic chopping board and the plastic salad spoon.
There is a plastic cover on the countertop oven and it is microwave on the food.
My usual breakfast includes fresh fruit (
Blueberry, blackberry, raspberry)
Grains, dried fruits and nuts collected from bins (Made of plastic)
At the food store.
Every item on the list is wrapped in plastic.
However, just yesterday, I was able to put some nuts in a paper bag that I didn\'t have before.
Before yesterday, the only loose item in the local food store that can buy paper bags was mushrooms.
The milk I put on this healthy food mix is packed in a plastic bag that requires a dispenser that is also made of plastic.
Of course, there are many extra items in the refrigerator (e. g.
Parmesan, celery and carrots, mayonnaise)
Contained in plastic.
While reading the daily newspaper which was packed in plastic every morning, after I finished my breakfast, I went back to the kitchen and I noticed a knife with a plastic handle and a spice rack with spices in our plastic box.
There are also reusable shopping bags, but they are also made of plastic.
Even recycled blue boxes filled with plastic are made of plastic.
If I were a model, I believe I am, we live in an increasingly dense plastic jungle.
The substance is malleable, convenient, and may even be attractive, but, no matter what the positive side it has, we have to get rid of it.
Most of this mixture is non-recyclable and is not easily destroyed safely.
We need to stop producing so many of these things.
We need to focus on alternatives. Roy J.
Adams is an honorary professor at McMaster University and Ariel F.
Honorary President of Human Rights, provincial university. Roy J.
Adams is an honorary professor at McMaster University and Ariel F.
Honorary President of Human Rights, provincial university.
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