After research and investigation results, it is found that plastic is a garbage material that endangers the daily eco friendly utensils life and learning environment of people in society. Therefore, the use of plastic is now banned everywhere, but if we need things like lunch boxes in our own lives, tableware made of degradable materials Lunch boxes have become a better choice that we can now. Since there are many such products, how can we determine from them that the degradable tableware meets the design requirements?
The materials used in degradable tableware are different from plastic tableware. Plastic tableware uses chemical materials, while the materials used in biodegradable tableware are decomposable. They are generally divided into pulp, fiber, corn starch and polylactic acid materials, but the composition of their ingredients It is really difficult to determine, because it is difficult to see the finished product, so to determine whether this kind of tableware is good, it is necessary to understand what the raw materials are produced to determine whether it meets the requirements.
The production of any product has certain standards. Only products that meet the standards and inspections are qualified products. This is the case for the production of degradable tableware. The production process of these products also has production defects. Only stricter inspections can avoid problematic products. Therefore, to determine whether a tableware meets our own requirements, we have to observe whether the production cycle and inspection standards are stricter and higher.
Whether the degradable tableware meets the requirements needs to be observed from many aspects, but under the premise of unable to understand in depth, a simpler and easier method is needed, and the price is an obvious way to judge. This is because the production product must consider cost issues, so its selling price must be higher than the cost. If the price is lower than the cost, the product is unreliable, and you can judge whether it meets the requirements by observing the price.
Biodegradable tableware can be a good substitute for plastic tableware, but our situation does not mean that there is no type of such tableware that needs to meet national standards and requirements. I want to determine it among many types of tableware of similar materials. Which meets the social requirements, user management still needs to investigate from the aspects of understanding the raw materials, observing the technical standards of daily life and production and determining their prices.