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Polylactic acid (PLA) | Union Biopak

Views:11     Author:Site Editor     Publish Time: 2019-11-06      Origin:Site

Polylactic acid (PLA) is a type of hard plant starch. The resulting plastic substitute quickly became the first choice for ancient petroleum-based plastics. As many countries and regions follow China. The ban on Ireland, African countries, African countries and urban centers. Plastic bins have caused so much "white pollution" on a global scale. The PLA is ready to go. As a viable, perishable substitute plays a huge role.


Supporters also praise the use of PLA. Technically it is "carbon neutral". It comes from renewable, carbon-absorbing plants. To date, we have been reducing our greenhouse gas emissions in a rapidly warming world in our own way. In addition, liver toxicity smoke will not be released after PLA incineration.


However, there are still problems with the use of polylactic acid in units in the area. For example, its biodegradation rate is slow. Unable to combine with alternative plastics in use and extensive use of GM corn. The impact, as it provides a good reason to change crop yields through genetic splicing.


Disadvantages of PLA: biodegradability and use

PLA is not a good way to deal with the unfavorable factors of global plastic waste. One factor is that although PLA is biodegradable. But it will be very slow. The PLA may break down into its constituent components within 3 months. That is, the industrial composting facility is heated to one hundred and forty degrees Fahrenheit and fed a mild organic process microbial diet. Therefore, in the compost bin or when packaging in the lowlands. It takes longer. Therefore, it is necessary to compost tightly.


Another problem with the PLA is. Once recycled, it should be separated without interruption. In order to avoid the use of pollution. Because PLA is plant based. It must therefore be disposed of in a composting facility. This raises a different question: Currently, the regional unit is located throughout the United States. There are hundreds of industrial composting facilities.


Advantages of PLA compared to plastics: practicality and biodegradability

Genetically modified foods can also be a controversial issue. However, once it comes to the use of genetically spiced plants for breeding corn. This corn can produce many crops for industrial use. This will be a great gospel. As the demand for corn for the production of plant fuels continues to increase. Coupled with PLA, Cargill and others are interfering with genes to provide higher yields. No longer use the least harmful plastics!


Because many industries are able to biodegrade faster than plastic. It still provides similar levels of hygiene and utilities. So it became a victim of PLA. From plastic flips for food takeaways to medical products. All products are currently made of PLA. This has greatly reduced the carbon footprint of these industries.


Although the PLA made a suggestion. That is to solve the confusion of abandoned area units. But it is expected to replace traditional plastics. But shoppers only switch to reusable containers. You can get a higher service beverage bottle.


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