Guest post: Bioplastics and biodegradable packaging – a more sustainable solution?

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Recycling is a LIE

This carefully crafted argument, that the end-use of plastics justify their mass creation in the first place, "If only consumers would recycle them faster! Those darn irresponsible consumers! It is their fault our planet is destroyed!" is a farce, created by massive plastic producers. ExxonMobil, Shell, Coca-Cola, Budweiser/Coors and other international cartels have created this plastic in such incredible volume that they will eventually clutter every corner of our planet! This is the secret they want to hide from humanity.

"Recycling plastic is to saving the Earth what hammering a nail is to halting a falling skyscraper. You struggle to find a place to do it and feel pleased when you succeed. But your effort is wholly inadequate and distracts from the real problem of why the building is collapsing in the first place. The real problem is that single-use plastic—the very idea of producing plastic items like grocery bags, which we use for an average of 12 minutes but can persist in the environment for half a millennium—is an incredibly reckless abuse of technology. Encouraging individuals to recycle more will never solve the problem of a massive production of single-use plastic that should have been avoided in the first place."

John 31 days ago

Thanks for your comments

Thanks for your comments. I do believe there are some instances of greenwashing where sustainability and plastics are concerned but this applies to a minority of cases and not every case.

RoseB (EPPM) 30 days ago

Biodegradable plastics

The material that is used is biodegradable.cups are made of disposable material, it can be decomposes easily so I am Completely Agree with your thinking. Well said. Thanks For sharing It.

Dwight Smith OnTray Media 51 days ago

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