Degradable plastic bags are the weapon of choice for those interested in environmental issues such as "industrial waste disasters". These biodegradable elements not only break down more quickly but also make them complete and safe. In contrast, synthetic plastics are never completely destroyed or safe. Their condition changed, but the poison remained. The real problem is that once these toxins appear at the end of the food chain, they eventually reach our stomach.
The only practical and sensible answer to the dilemmas listed above is to shift from using synthetic plastics to using biodegradable bags. There are two main types of these bags – those made from biopolymers and those made from ordinary plastics with additives that make them oxobiologically biodegradable.
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Therefore, these materials can be degraded by oxygen and living microorganisms. It will actually dissolve in a few years, not the hundreds of years it takes for synthetic materials. After all, it does not leave behind any toxic elements during biodegradation.
Organically biodegradable bags have very similar properties to synthetic bags. They are money and moisture resistant, strong, and can be formed opaque or transparent. They can be used for exactly the same many uses as ordinary plastics used in the last century, that is packaging, bottles, spare parts, tubes, etc. Many manufacturers have replaced their regular plastic products with biodegradable plastic bags. This brings us one step closer to solving the global build-up of the plastic waste problem.