Ultra thin plastic bags are popular. The high cost of environmental protection bags is the main reason.
the high cost and unbearable of environmental protection plastic bags is the main reason. Insiders suggest seeking more convenient and affordable alternatives
in order to reduce the environmental pollution caused by plastic bags, China has implemented the "plastic restriction order" since june1,2008, which expressly prohibits the production, sale and use of plastic shopping bags with a thickness of less than 0.025mm. In recent days, the visit found that in addition to large supermarkets, ultra-thin plastic bags that do not meet the standards are still widely used in some food markets and snack stalls in Haikou
in fact, it is not that the supply of base paper exceeds the demand. At about 7 a.m., Haikou Pobo vegetable market is particularly lively, with an endless stream of citizens coming to buy vegetables, and the cries of vegetable vendors one after another. As soon as the stall owner with apron saw the customer coming, he enthusiastically pulled a plastic bag from the side and handed it to the customer, "come on, put some fresh vegetables."
it is noted that red or black ultra-thin plastic bags are hung on every stall, whether it is a vegetable stall, a meat stall or a fruit stall. As soon as someone patronizes, the stall owner conveniently pulls down the plastic bags and hands them to the customers, and puts the customers' selected vegetables and fruits into the bags. If there are many customers, the stall owner will generously set more plastic bags. Most citizens carry fiveorsix ultra-thin plastic bags after they buy things from the market
"we also want to use environmentally friendly plastic bags, but the cost is too high." A stall owner calculated that the cost of using 200 ultra-thin plastic bags a day was about 10 yuan. However, the selling price of environmentally friendly plastic bags ranges from 6 cents to 20 cents. Even if the smallest size is used as much as possible, the daily cost is nearly 20 yuan
during the visit, it is found that every day, mobile vendors regularly come to the pressure testing machine to sell ultra-thin plastic bags when the pressure signal acts on the sensor. These vendors stacked bundles of ultra-thin plastic bags of different colors and sizes in the baskets on the back seats of electric vehicles. Most of these plastic bags were tied with rubber bands. There were no signs of materials, specifications and manufacturers on the bags, and the materials were soft and thin with poor quality, emitting a pungent smell
"use nearly 300 plastic bags a day." The stall owner said that although using plastic bags is not environmentally friendly, most customers are not confident about the cleanliness of the plates. Relatively speaking, it seems that factor 1: the measurement and control system (i.e. software and hardware) of the electronic tensile testing machine prefers to use plates covered with disposable plastic bags
insiders believe that in order to achieve the real effect of the plastic restriction order, in addition to raising the public's awareness of environmental protection and the importance of reducing the use of plastic bags, they should also seek more convenient and affordable alternatives. At the same time, the relevant departments also need to increase punishment, deal with it from the source, and take multiple measures to eliminate the production and sales of low-quality non environmental protection plastic bags
why those regulations are always in limbo
it is a general trend to sort out the bumper wall thickness reduction. In recent years, media reports have reported that there are many regulations with unsatisfactory implementation effect like the "plastic restriction order":
the regulations for the implementation of the road traffic safety law of the people's Republic of China promulgated as early as 2005 stipulates that motor vehicles are required to No parking is allowed in the sections with isolation facilities between sidewalks and narrow roads less than 4m wide. However, until seven years later, many citizens still report that the phenomenon of "random parking" is very serious, even affecting normal driving
the detailed rules for the implementation of the regulations on health management in public places, which came into force on May 1 last year, stipulates that smoking is prohibited in indoor public places. More than a year has passed, and many citizens have reported that smoking people can be seen everywhere in restaurants, cafes, bars, stadiums and other public places
in February this year, the Ministry of education, the national development and Reform Commission and the National Audit Office jointly issued the "eight measures to control arbitrary school selection fees in the stage of compulsory education", explicitly prohibiting "occupying the pit class". However, with the beginning of the new semester, "zhankeng class" has inadvertently become the focus of media attention, and many parents still reflect that they "dare not let their children go"
why do such regulations seem feeble in the face of reality? It is worth pondering for policymakers: while asking the people not to "Park indiscriminately", have they ever thought about how to solve the problems of imperfect public transport facilities and insufficient parking spaces? When formulating the "smoking ban", have you thought about how to promote it through strong supporting policies and measures? Have you thought about how to smooth the gap of unfair distribution of educational resources while formulating the ban on "occupying the pit class"? While implementing the "plastic restriction order", have you ever thought about promoting any convenient and affordable alternatives
these regulations, which are easy to understand but difficult to implement, need to address both the symptoms and root causes, break and establish, and more importantly, need the decision-makers to have the determination to implement the regulations. Otherwise, it can only be one joke after another
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