The “Limited Plastic Order”, which began on June 1, 2008, stipulates that shopping malls, supermarkets, and bazaars must not provide free plastic shopping bags, and prohibits the use of plastic shopping bags with a thickness of less than 0.025 mm. After the implementation of the "Limited Plastic Order", remarkable results have been achieved.
First, all plastic bags that meet the national standard GB/T21661-2008 are called green plastic bags, and environmental plastic bags include recycled plastic bags and new material plastic bags. The plastic bag with the degradable masterbatch added during the production of the plastic bag is called a degradable plastic bag. The degradable plastic bag can be decomposed automatically after meeting the certain conditions after 90 days. The bags made of plastic films are collectively called plastic bags. The commonly used plastic bags are: convenience bags, supermarket bags, handbags, flat bags, plastic bags, clips, and industrial bags.
Second, a plastic bag that can be quickly melted by sunlight and moisture. Through the inspection of the National Environmental Protection Product Quality Supervision and Inspection Center, all indicators of the product have reached or exceeded the national quality standards, and are characterized by hygiene, non-toxicity, and no pollution. It is currently one of the most advanced environmental protection products in the country. This kind of biodegradable plastic bag is made of non-toxic polyolefin resin, degrading agent and other raw materials. Its appearance has brought hope for reducing or eliminating white pollution.
Third, after the use of plastic bags can be made after the second recovery.