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core tip: [China Packaging News] Vincent gray, mayor of Washington, signed a bill on July 29 to ban foam plastic food and beverage packaging. Jinan experimental machine factory Jinan new era Gold Testing Instrument Co., Ltd. has produced experimental machines for so many years. The regulation is part of the environmental cleaning proposal,

[China Packaging News] Washington mayor Vincent gray signed a bill on July 29 to ban foamed plastic food and beverage packaging boxes. The regulation is part of the environmental clean-up proposal, and the chemical Council said the ban would not help improve the environment

the ban will enter into force on January 1st, 2016, two years earlier than the legislation initially drafted by gray. Food and beverage outlets, including restaurants, takeout restaurants and fast food trucks, can only provide biodegradable or other recyclable packaging boxes, otherwise they will be punished. Except for the foam plastic plates used by slaughterers and non-staple food stores to pack raw meat

for testers to choose their favorite report format (the built-in excel report function of the test program expands the pattern of the previous single professional report)

previously, many cities on the west coast of the United States 6. Deformation accuracy: better than ± 1%, PS has been disabled, including Seattle, Portland, San Francisco. Washington's move is only part of the environmental clean-up proposal. At the beginning of this month, the Washington, D.C. Congress passed the Washington, D.C. 2014 sustainable comprehensive act with little controversy

according to the American Chemical Council, such a ban is costly for local businesses and has proved to have little effect on improving the environment

but we pointed out in good faith that banning PS foam in the catering industry will not improve the degree of sustainable development in Washington, D.C. after the Congress voted to pass the ban, the American Chemical Council issued a statement pointing out this. In fact, in the absence of composting opportunities in this city, promote compostable products, and do not detect recycling opportunities when PS foam is used in many communities, Such an act of parliament may be more detrimental to the environment

four years ago, Washington, D.C., began to impose a 5-cent tax on local retailers on disposable plastic bags, which can raise $2million a year for water cleanup. Ban advocates said that the plastic bag tax and the current ban on foamed plastics would greatly help clean up nearby waters, especially the Anacostia river

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