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Besides wheat straw, are there any other plants that can be used to make straws?

Reed straws are subjected to high temperature sterilization treatments such as peeling, polishing, sorting, cutting, fine processing, film removal, and steaming. The liquid bubble will not be soft, sticky, non-sticky, non-sticky, high temperature resistant, and the user experience is similar to traditional plastic straws. No difference. And the specification is complete, the size is optional, such as the cup with particles, or the cup with viscous liquid, and the daily soy milk or beverage, all have different response specifications. Plant-degradable straws can be reused many times, reducing customer costs, and a perfect replacement for plastic straws and paper straws.Application scenarios:

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How much do you know about PLA straws?

The PLA degradable straw is made of a new type of bio-based and renewable biodegradable material. This material is called PLA, also known as polylactic acid. It is made from starch raw materials proposed by renewable plant resources (such as corn, cassava, etc.) and is degradable. The ordinary plastic straws are not degradable. PLA polylactic acid straws use starch as the main raw material. Since starch is a biodegradable natural polymer, it can be decomposed into water and carbon dioxide in 45 days under composting conditions after being discarded. It does not pollute the environment; while ordinary plastic straws are

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Do you know the wheat fiber straw?

Wheat fiber environmental protection material: It is a new type of green environmental protection biological material compounded by wheat straw and polymer resin through a special process. The wheat fiber environmental protection material has the following advantages: Green and environmental protection: Comprehensive utilization of crop straws to reduce air pollution caused by straw incineration; its products can be degraded within 6-18 months under composting conditions after being discarded, with low carbon emissions, and can also be recycled and reused. Excellent performance: Its performance is similar to that of traditional polymer resin, its strength is moderate, its appearance is smooth, it

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Three principles for buying environmentally friendly straws

1. Beauty does not mean safety, the original color of environmental protection straws should be selected The colors of environmentally friendly straws on the market are very diverse, with pink macarons and bright and bright colors. But only buy products that retain the original color of the material and do not have any patterns. For example, the original color of silicone straws is white with a little bit of transparency, and the original colors of stainless steel and titanium straws are silvery white. Pigmented products sometimes need heavy metals to fix the color, and there is no problem when they

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Reducing the habit of using disposable products may be more important than promoting any “alternatives.”

From the “Plastic Restriction Order”, which is mainly aimed at plastic shopping bags, to the “Strongest Plastic Restriction Order” that is now being upgraded again, the environmental protection campaign for plastic restriction has been in progress. It is only with the continuous rise of new tea and coffee drinks and other industries that the “upper” paper straws after plastic restrictions have become the focus of public opinion. Some media learned from the Degradable Plastics Professional Committee of the China Plastics Association that the cost of one ton of disposable plastic straws is about 8,000, while the cost of one ton

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The hazards of disposable plastic straws

1. Harm to the human body Disposable straws contain toxic substances, which are endangering people’s health bit by bit. Although many straws are labeled as not containing bisphenol propane, there may be other harmful substances, especially on some streets. Many of the straws used by small vendors are wholesale from small workshops, which do not comply with national regulations and contain large amounts of toxic substances that may cause cancer. 2. Harm to the environment Disposable plastic straws are stable and not easily degradable. It takes at least 2000 years to be degraded after being discarded in nature. They are

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