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Three principles for putting recyclables paper cups and drink cups can't be recycled

release date: Source: Chengdu Business Daily editor: Yu Jia browsing times: 2976 copyright and disclaimer same period

core tip: it should be noted that paper cups and drink cups can't be recycled, because their surfaces are attached with a layer of plastic film (to prevent water seepage), which is not easy to separate from paper in the recycling process

[China Packaging News] three principles are mainly referred to when putting recyclables. First, take the lead in putting recyclables with high recycling value, such as newspapers and magazines, cardboard boxes, packaging boxes, pet plastic bottles, cans, etc., to ensure that this kind of recyclables will not be polluted by mixed garbage. Second, do not put items that have been polluted, wet and can't be removed into recyclable collection containers, such as lunch boxes, food packaging boxes, oil bottles, etc. that are contaminated by oil stains. Empty the liquid in the bottles and simply clean them before putting them in, so as to ensure the variety selection principle of recyclable hydraulic oil. Other waste products in the collection containers are not polluted, and respect and maintain the results of others' classification. Third, waste paper and plastic that are not sure whether they can be recycled should be put into the recyclable collection container first if they are not polluted

it should be noted that paper often requires the joint efforts of automobile manufacturers, parts enterprises and raw material suppliers. Cups and beverage cups cannot be recycled because they are attached with a layer of plastic film on their surface (to prevent water seepage). In the recycling ring, the former is expensive and difficult to separate from paper. Photos, postcards, carbon paper, receipts, notes, etc. are also non recyclable because of their complex composition, and foreign matters cannot be fully eliminated during regeneration

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