According to related news reports, as of 2015, some 6.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced. Only 9% is recycled, 12% is incinerated, and a whopping 79% ends up in landfills and...
We all understand the circular economy and its important role in creating a sustainable future, and can help educate people and promote waste reduction! We offer some ideas to help businesses and individuals move towards a more sustainable future.
So if the theme is circular economy education. What is circular economy? The circular economy focuses on designing products so that resources can be reused and reinvested in new products again and again. Re-using materials becomes part of the design and manufacturing process itself. In the circular economy, the design and manufacture of products are mainly based on the most economical and convenient, which can reduce some waste and resources.
Businesses of all types can be part of circular economy efforts by choosing to use sustainable materials and developing processes to repurpose materials. Every penny you choose to spend as an individual on a product or service either results in waste or contributes to a more sustainable circular economy. So what to support is up to you. As the manufacturer of seed paper, we are proud to put this circular theory into practice, using recycled materials to manufacture and traditional ancient methods of paper making, so that plantable paper can replace more plastic products. Our eco-friendly seed paper products can be grown and turned into new products that are good for the environment, rather than being thrown away in landfill.
According to related news reports, as of 2015, some 6.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced. Only 9% is recycled, 12% is incinerated, and a whopping 79% ends up in landfills and the natural environment. The circular economy is driving changes in the recycling and reuse of plastic waste, as well as the development of biodegradable and earth-friendly alternatives to plastic. CUPPAD for example, offers sustainable packaging solutions made from seed paper, a zero-waste plantable alternative that is actually very good for the environment.