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Please use disposable plastic straws as little as possible. It is far more harmful than you think.



Last year, France announced that it will become the world's first banned plastic tableware in 2020. Since January this year, France has also completely removed all cosmetics containing plastic particles. Nowadays, the global climate has begun to endanger human life. Protecting the earth is no longer a slogan, but also a responsibility of modern people.

According to the survey, about 800 to 1,100 tons of plastic waste enter the ocean every year, and most of them are broken down into tiny debris, which is eaten by the sea creatures. The most common plastic in daily life is the straw. Don't underestimate a small straw. Its damage to the earth should not be underestimated.

1. Plastic straws contain toxic substances and are harmful to humans.

Some plastic straws still contain carcinogenic or toxic substances, and even plastic straws that have been labeled without bisphenol propane (BPA) may still contain other chemicals. We often covet the convenience of a moment, but invisibly hurt our own health.

2. Plastic straws need to be decomposed for at least 2000 years.

Although many plastic straws are made from recyclable materials, they are still difficult to recycle. Plastic straws have the characteristics of stability and non-decomposability. In addition to the deadly poisons generated by incineration, the underground will not be destroyed for a thousand years, which will impose a heavy burden on the earth.

3. In 2050, there will be more plastic waste in the ocean than fish.

According to statistics, the United States uses 500 million plastic straws a day, and most of the straws will eventually flow to the sea, polluting the water in the ocean and killing marine life. If this trend continues, it is expected that there will be more plastic waste in the ocean than fish in 2050.

4. After discarding, you will eventually eat these micro-plastics.

According to statistics, traces of micro-plastics can be found in our current edible water. They cannot be filtered by sewage treatment plants and are derived from the plastic products of our daily life. In addition, microplastics pose a potential risk to marine life and human health. They are hidden in fish and eaten by people.

5, the average person used 38,000 plastic straws in his lifetime

According to statistics, an average person (up to 60 years old) uses nearly 38,000 plastic straws in the world. In other words, about 5 billion plastic straws are used every day on the earth. In addition, every year there are thousands of children who have accidentally injured plastic straws. With these numbers and cases, we must be more cautious about the plastic straws and no longer despise its existence.

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