Say “YES” to Reusable Items to Protect the Environment

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on Jun 15, 2018 10:33:29 PM

There is a sad truth that we are living in a “throw-away society.” We mass produce disposable products made from plastics because they are convenient and does not cost much. We change our smartphones, accessories, electronic items constantly and often have the mentality of not using the old, outdated trends. Many of us do not even want to wear a same set of clothes twice because they are “so yesterday”.

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Plastic harms our environment – Facts and figures

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on Jun 5, 2018 3:59:18 PM

Our planet is slowly getting flooded with plastic – the durable, easy-to-use and cheap material that is deeply attached to our daily lives. From being used to make medical equipment to becoming parts of airplanes, has surely proven its efficiency and adaptability. However, plastic, especially items designed for single use is a growing problem in our landfills and oceans. Every plastic bottle, disposable grocery bag or the small, thin straw that you use has a chance of jumping out of the recycling cycle and into a nearby waterway and eventually making its way to the ocean.

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Under the Plastic Sea, The Earth is screaming for help!

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on Jun 5, 2018 3:16:20 PM

So far, plastic waste has always been one of the biggest headaches for authorities in the world. The reason is because plastic is versatile, moisture resistant, lightweight, and inexpensive so its usage is preferable. The time plastic waste takes to completely decay is from 70 to 450 years, depending on the structure of each type of plastic.

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