6 facts about plastic bottles you probably didn\'t know6 facts about plastic bottles you probably didn\'t know6 facts about plastic bottles you probably didn\'t know

by:HongXing     2020-04-27
Plastic water bottles can be seen almost everywhere in Ontario-stacked on pallets at grocery stores or filled with recycling bins in local parks.
\"Now we may have more plastic in our lives than ever before,\" Jo said . \"Anne St.
Executive Director, Ontario recycling Council (RCO).
\"They are easier to recycle than I think people think. ”RCO is a not-for-
Membership-profit
Organizations focused on policy, education and project work, involving consumption, waste generation, reduction and transfer, and recycling.
For a generation, plastic bottles have almost replaced glass as the preferred packaging for most liquid consumer goods.
For manufacturers of these items, plastic bottles provide the cost
Effective and durable packaging solutions.
These bottles are very handy for consumers, although this good thing tends to mask awareness of what people need to produce them, how to use them, and what happens when they are not properly recycled.
Here are six facts you may not know about plastic bottles: Chemical composition
According to St, the models and shapes of plastic bottles are different
Godard, but some of the most common plastics include low
Density Polyethylene (LDPE), high-
Density Polyethylene (HDPE), polystyrene (PS)
And pet (PET or PETE)– widely-
Resin is recognized in the industry.
For example, PET is used in bottles of water, soft drinks, mouthwash, detergent, mayonnaise and mustard cans, Berry boxes with lids, microwave food trays and other products.
Items such as milk, water and juice containers, bleach, laundry detergent and household cleaning bottles, shampoo bottles, ice cream containers and some junk and shopping bags are made up of high density polyethylene.
There is no better indication of the prevalence of plastic bottles than the use of bottled water.
According to Euromonitor International report February 2016, consumption and sales of bottled water (
Including carbonated, seasoned, functional and static)
Growth continues in Canada.
Consumption increased by 3 percentage points in 2015 to 2 percentage points.
Retail sales rose by 2 percentage points to $2 at 5 billion liters. 4 billion.
Godard said the company uses plastics for a number of reasons when selling drinks, in part because of the public\'s response, which \"overlaps\" with consumers \".
\"One of the things we hear from the beverage industry over and over again is that people like to be able to wear hats and (take it)off,\" said St. Godard.
\"When they open the can, they have no choice but to drink the full contents of the drink container (at once).
\"Compared to glass, plastic is valued for its transport and economic viability because it is more effective than outsourcing or mining other recyclable materials.
\"The metal gets higher value in the recycling stream, probably forever, but at the same time, they are more expensive because it is more (costly)
Material creation, \"said St. Godard.
Regardless of the bottle type, St.
Godard said that companies and beverage producers have done a lot of work in making packaging of \"as thin as possible\" materials for containers while still maintaining their structural integrity.
\"There\'s a ton of thin-
\"What happened in this industry,\" St. Godard.
\"This is for environmental reasons, but for economic reasons (purposes)as well.
\"PET plastic bottles with water, pop, juice and other liquids are marked with resin identification number
1 in recycling marks, indicating their high value in the reprocessing industryGodard said. (
A list of common plastics in Ontario and their associated resin identification codes can be found here)
\"They grasp their value very well.
Plastic recyclers want.
It\'s important that they clean up, so all the drinks are actually taken out of the bottle and they get an empty container . \"Godard.
Fund for continuous improvement (CIF)
The Ontario price list contains monthly spot market prices for various recyclable materials in various cities.
By Reclay StewardEdge Inc.
CIF helps distribute reports.
Average pet price (mixed)
In July, it was Canadian $295 per metric ton, while high density polyethylene (mixed)
C $470 per metric ton. St.
Godard noted that for years the value of PET resin was \"very, very good\", second only to aluminum and newspapers in terms of the most valuable packaging in the blue box.
\"They are sought after by the industry and are quite common --
Accepted in all blue boxes or as part of a national return plan.
The harder plastic is easier to recycle, \"he said. St. Godard.
From an environmental point of view, if it is not recycled, the plastic \"will take a long time to break down, if any,\" she said, and they will not disappear even if they break down.
According to a 2015 study in the journal Science, between 5 and 12 million metric tons of plastic waste, including plastic bottles, in 2010, 0. 275 billion metric tons of plastic waste generated in 192 countries entered the ocean.
Ontario waste transfer (WDO)
The average time for plastic bottles to be completely broken down is at least 450, but some biodegradable can take 1,000 years, he said.
\"It\'s not like the elements of plastic bottles, and the associated chemicals can\'t be reshaped, and it only takes a long time to break down.
\"There are many reasons why we want to take them out of the disposal stream,\" said St . \"Godard.
CM Consulting\'s report, which was released on 2014, states who pays for what: Canadian beverage container collection and cost analysis
In 2012, the total collection rate of alcoholic beverage containers obtained through the residential blue box program was about 56.
50 points PET bottle (non-alcoholic)
Received through roadside recycling, while 52 (alcoholic)
It is collected through the deposit return plan.
In the same year, the average proportion of PET bottles collected nationwide was about 62.
The current pet recovery rate of bottles and jars captured in the blue box plan is 66, exceeding 60 of all blue bottles and jars specified in the province
According to the Ontario administration, the box material (SO).
The blue box plan was developed by SO with WDO, which is implemented and supervised by WDO. “(Also)
Because the Ontario administration collects only material data in residential waste logistics (Blue Box)
Our project did not capture the full amount of plastic beverage containers recycled in Ontario, \"spokesman David Pearce said via email.
\"A large number of PET and HDPE materials are consumed outdoors and effectively recycled through other collection systems (such as offices, hospitals, etc.
In 2014, Ontario supplied more than 53,000 tons of pets to residents (
Reported by SO housekeeper)
It is estimated that beverage containers account for 33,000 or tons.
At the same time, member companies supplied more than 29,000 tons of high-density polyethylene in the current year, of which 15,469 tons or high-density polyethylene was recycled.
Pearce pointed out that the business reported to it the number of pets they sell on the market and the hpmde (by weight)
So there is no specified type of packaging or product that plastic is used.
These data also represent other recyclable packaging made of PET and HDPE.
Most of the plastic containers used in Canadian bottled water sales are made of PET or polyethylene (PE)
, Excluding double phenol (BPA)
Health Canada said. However, large-sized jugs (18 litres)
Some sports bottles can be made of polyester plastic (PC)
It may contain trace amounts of BPA.
Using polycarbonate water bottles, a very small amount of BPA may leak into water or food, and consumers may be exposed to trace amounts of chemicals through a normal diet.
But the Health Canada food agency, after reviewing the data, concluded that exposure to BPA in the diet from food packaging sources, including PC water bottles, does not pose a health risk to consumers. St.
A few years ago, BPA, a commonly used chemical in plastic bottles, was part of the code that proved to penetrate into the water or beverage inside the container when heated, Godard said.
\"The industry quickly rushed to remove this particular chemical from the container and was very successful (it did).
In fact, it doesn\'t actually have any impact on the container . \"Godard.
\"There must be potential (
Health risks).
Plastic is an oil.
Based on the container, a chemical is added to it to help create its shape.
The possibility of leakage is more common (in plastic)
Than aluminum and/or glass.
However, the federal health agency does not recommend the use of a single
If not cleaned properly, use the bottle due to potential microbial risk.
Plastic water bottles can be seen almost everywhere in Ontario-stacked on pallets at grocery stores or filled with recycling bins in local parks.
\"Now we may have more plastic in our lives than ever before,\" Jo said . \"Anne St.
Executive Director, Ontario recycling Council (RCO).
\"They are easier to recycle than I think people think. ”RCO is a not-for-
Membership-profit
Organizations focused on policy, education and project work, involving consumption, waste generation, reduction and transfer, and recycling.
For a generation, plastic bottles have almost replaced glass as the preferred packaging for most liquid consumer goods.
For manufacturers of these items, plastic bottles provide the cost
Effective and durable packaging solutions.
These bottles are very handy for consumers, although this good thing tends to mask awareness of what people need to produce them, how to use them, and what happens when they are not properly recycled.
Here are six facts you may not know about plastic bottles: Chemical composition
According to St, the models and shapes of plastic bottles are different
Godard, but some of the most common plastics include low
Density Polyethylene (LDPE), high-
Density Polyethylene (HDPE), polystyrene (PS)
And pet (PET or PETE)– widely-
Resin is recognized in the industry.
For example, PET is used in bottles of water, soft drinks, mouthwash, detergent, mayonnaise and mustard cans, Berry boxes with lids, microwave food trays and other products.
Items such as milk, water and juice containers, bleach, laundry detergent and household cleaning bottles, shampoo bottles, ice cream containers and some junk and shopping bags are made up of high density polyethylene.
There is no better indication of the prevalence of plastic bottles than the use of bottled water.
According to Euromonitor International report February 2016, consumption and sales of bottled water (
Including carbonated, seasoned, functional and static)
Growth continues in Canada.
Consumption increased by 3 percentage points in 2015 to 2 percentage points.
Retail sales rose by 2 percentage points to $2 at 5 billion liters. 4 billion.
Godard said the company uses plastics for a number of reasons when selling drinks, in part because of the public\'s response, which \"overlaps\" with consumers \".
\"One of the things we hear from the beverage industry over and over again is that people like to be able to wear hats and (take it)off,\" said St. Godard.
\"When they open the can, they have no choice but to drink the full contents of the drink container (at once).
\"Compared to glass, plastic is valued for its transport and economic viability because it is more effective than outsourcing or mining other recyclable materials.
\"The metal gets higher value in the recycling stream, probably forever, but at the same time, they are more expensive because it is more (costly)
Material creation, \"said St. Godard.
Regardless of the bottle type, St.
Godard said that companies and beverage producers have done a lot of work in making packaging of \"as thin as possible\" materials for containers while still maintaining their structural integrity.
\"There\'s a ton of thin-
\"What happened in this industry,\" St. Godard.
\"This is for environmental reasons, but for economic reasons (purposes)as well.
\"PET plastic bottles with water, pop, juice and other liquids are marked with resin identification number
1 in recycling marks, indicating their high value in the reprocessing industryGodard said. (
A list of common plastics in Ontario and their associated resin identification codes can be found here)
\"They grasp their value very well.
Plastic recyclers want.
It\'s important that they clean up, so all the drinks are actually taken out of the bottle and they get an empty container . \"Godard.
Fund for continuous improvement (CIF)
The Ontario price list contains monthly spot market prices for various recyclable materials in various cities.
By Reclay StewardEdge Inc.
CIF helps distribute reports.
Average pet price (mixed)
In July, it was Canadian $295 per metric ton, while high density polyethylene (mixed)
C $470 per metric ton. St.
Godard noted that for years the value of PET resin was \"very, very good\", second only to aluminum and newspapers in terms of the most valuable packaging in the blue box.
\"They are sought after by the industry and are quite common --
Accepted in all blue boxes or as part of a national return plan.
The harder plastic is easier to recycle, \"he said. St. Godard.
From an environmental point of view, if it is not recycled, the plastic \"will take a long time to break down, if any,\" she said, and they will not disappear even if they break down.
According to a 2015 study in the journal Science, between 5 and 12 million metric tons of plastic waste, including plastic bottles, in 2010, 0. 275 billion metric tons of plastic waste generated in 192 countries entered the ocean.
Ontario waste transfer (WDO)
The average time for plastic bottles to be completely broken down is at least 450, but some biodegradable can take 1,000 years, he said.
\"It\'s not like the elements of plastic bottles, and the associated chemicals can\'t be reshaped, and it only takes a long time to break down.
\"There are many reasons why we want to take them out of the disposal stream,\" said St . \"Godard.
CM Consulting\'s report, which was released on 2014, states who pays for what: Canadian beverage container collection and cost analysis
In 2012, the total collection rate of alcoholic beverage containers obtained through the residential blue box program was about 56.
50 points PET bottle (non-alcoholic)
Received through roadside recycling, while 52 (alcoholic)
It is collected through the deposit return plan.
In the same year, the average proportion of PET bottles collected nationwide was about 62.
The current pet recovery rate of bottles and jars captured in the blue box plan is 66, exceeding 60 of all blue bottles and jars specified in the province
According to the Ontario administration, the box material (SO).
The blue box plan was developed by SO with WDO, which is implemented and supervised by WDO. “(Also)
Because the Ontario administration collects only material data in residential waste logistics (Blue Box)
Our project did not capture the full amount of plastic beverage containers recycled in Ontario, \"spokesman David Pearce said via email.
\"A large number of PET and HDPE materials are consumed outdoors and effectively recycled through other collection systems (such as offices, hospitals, etc.
In 2014, Ontario supplied more than 53,000 tons of pets to residents (
Reported by SO housekeeper)
It is estimated that beverage containers account for 33,000 or tons.
At the same time, member companies supplied more than 29,000 tons of high-density polyethylene in the current year, of which 15,469 tons or high-density polyethylene was recycled.
Pearce pointed out that the business reported to it the number of pets they sell on the market and the hpmde (by weight)
So there is no specified type of packaging or product that plastic is used.
These data also represent other recyclable packaging made of PET and HDPE.
Most of the plastic containers used in Canadian bottled water sales are made of PET or polyethylene (PE)
, Excluding double phenol (BPA)
Health Canada said. However, large-sized jugs (18 litres)
Some sports bottles can be made of polyester plastic (PC)
It may contain trace amounts of BPA.
Using polycarbonate water bottles, a very small amount of BPA may leak into water or food, and consumers may be exposed to trace amounts of chemicals through a normal diet.
But the Health Canada food agency, after reviewing the data, concluded that exposure to BPA in the diet from food packaging sources, including PC water bottles, does not pose a health risk to consumers. St.
A few years ago, BPA, a commonly used chemical in plastic bottles, was part of the code that proved to penetrate into the water or beverage inside the container when heated, Godard said.
\"The industry quickly rushed to remove this particular chemical from the container and was very successful (it did).
In fact, it doesn\'t actually have any impact on the container . \"Godard.
\"There must be potential (
Health risks).
Plastic is an oil.
Based on the container, a chemical is added to it to help create its shape.
The possibility of leakage is more common (in plastic)
Than aluminum and/or glass.
However, the federal health agency does not recommend the use of a single
If not cleaned properly, use the bottle due to potential microbial risk.
Plastic water bottles can be seen almost everywhere in Ontario-stacked on pallets at grocery stores or filled with recycling bins in local parks.
\"Now we may have more plastic in our lives than ever before,\" Jo said . \"Anne St.
Executive Director, Ontario recycling Council (RCO).
\"They are easier to recycle than I think people think. ”RCO is a not-for-
Membership-profit
Organizations focused on policy, education and project work, involving consumption, waste generation, reduction and transfer, and recycling.
For a generation, plastic bottles have almost replaced glass as the preferred packaging for most liquid consumer goods.
For manufacturers of these items, plastic bottles provide the cost
Effective and durable packaging solutions.
These bottles are very handy for consumers, although this good thing tends to mask awareness of what people need to produce them, how to use them, and what happens when they are not properly recycled.
Here are six facts you may not know about plastic bottles: Chemical composition
According to St, the models and shapes of plastic bottles are different
Godard, but some of the most common plastics include low
Density Polyethylene (LDPE), high-
Density Polyethylene (HDPE), polystyrene (PS)
And pet (PET or PETE)– widely-
Resin is recognized in the industry.
For example, PET is used in bottles of water, soft drinks, mouthwash, detergent, mayonnaise and mustard cans, Berry boxes with lids, microwave food trays and other products.
Items such as milk, water and juice containers, bleach, laundry detergent and household cleaning bottles, shampoo bottles, ice cream containers and some junk and shopping bags are made up of high density polyethylene.
There is no better indication of the prevalence of plastic bottles than the use of bottled water.
According to Euromonitor International report February 2016, consumption and sales of bottled water (
Including carbonated, seasoned, functional and static)
Growth continues in Canada.
Consumption increased by 3 percentage points in 2015 to 2 percentage points.
Retail sales rose by 2 percentage points to $2 at 5 billion liters. 4 billion.
Godard said the company uses plastics for a number of reasons when selling drinks, in part because of the public\'s response, which \"overlaps\" with consumers \".
\"One of the things we hear from the beverage industry over and over again is that people like to be able to wear hats and (take it)off,\" said St. Godard.
\"When they open the can, they have no choice but to drink the full contents of the drink container (at once).
\"Compared to glass, plastic is valued for its transport and economic viability because it is more effective than outsourcing or mining other recyclable materials.
\"The metal gets higher value in the recycling stream, probably forever, but at the same time, they are more expensive because it is more (costly)
Material creation, \"said St. Godard.
Regardless of the bottle type, St.
Godard said that companies and beverage producers have done a lot of work in making packaging of \"as thin as possible\" materials for containers while still maintaining their structural integrity.
\"There\'s a ton of thin-
\"What happened in this industry,\" St. Godard.
\"This is for environmental reasons, but for economic reasons (purposes)as well.
\"PET plastic bottles with water, pop, juice and other liquids are marked with resin identification number
1 in recycling marks, indicating their high value in the reprocessing industryGodard said. (
A list of common plastics in Ontario and their associated resin identification codes can be found here)
\"They grasp their value very well.
Plastic recyclers want.
It\'s important that they clean up, so all the drinks are actually taken out of the bottle and they get an empty container . \"Godard.
Fund for continuous improvement (CIF)
The Ontario price list contains monthly spot market prices for various recyclable materials in various cities.
By Reclay StewardEdge Inc.
CIF helps distribute reports.
Average pet price (mixed)
In July, it was Canadian $295 per metric ton, while high density polyethylene (mixed)
C $470 per metric ton. St.
Godard noted that for years the value of PET resin was \"very, very good\", second only to aluminum and newspapers in terms of the most valuable packaging in the blue box.
\"They are sought after by the industry and are quite common --
Accepted in all blue boxes or as part of a national return plan.
The harder plastic is easier to recycle, \"he said. St. Godard.
From an environmental point of view, if it is not recycled, the plastic \"will take a long time to break down, if any,\" she said, and they will not disappear even if they break down.
According to a 2015 study in the journal Science, between 5 and 12 million metric tons of plastic waste, including plastic bottles, in 2010, 0. 275 billion metric tons of plastic waste generated in 192 countries entered the ocean.
Ontario waste transfer (WDO)
The average time for plastic bottles to be completely broken down is at least 450, but some biodegradable can take 1,000 years, he said.
\"It\'s not like the elements of plastic bottles, and the associated chemicals can\'t be reshaped, and it only takes a long time to break down.
\"There are many reasons why we want to take them out of the disposal stream,\" said St . \"Godard.
CM Consulting\'s report, which was released on 2014, states who pays for what: Canadian beverage container collection and cost analysis
In 2012, the total collection rate of alcoholic beverage containers obtained through the residential blue box program was about 56.
50 points PET bottle (non-alcoholic)
Received through roadside recycling, while 52 (alcoholic)
It is collected through the deposit return plan.
In the same year, the average proportion of PET bottles collected nationwide was about 62.
The current pet recovery rate of bottles and jars captured in the blue box plan is 66, exceeding 60 of all blue bottles and jars specified in the province
According to the Ontario administration, the box material (SO).
The blue box plan was developed by SO with WDO, which is implemented and supervised by WDO. “(Also)
Because the Ontario administration collects only material data in residential waste logistics (Blue Box)
Our project did not capture the full amount of plastic beverage containers recycled in Ontario, \"spokesman David Pearce said via email.
\"A large number of PET and HDPE materials are consumed outdoors and effectively recycled through other collection systems (such as offices, hospitals, etc.
In 2014, Ontario supplied more than 53,000 tons of pets to residents (
Reported by SO housekeeper)
It is estimated that beverage containers account for 33,000 or tons.
At the same time, member companies supplied more than 29,000 tons of high-density polyethylene in the current year, of which 15,469 tons or high-density polyethylene was recycled.
Pearce pointed out that the business reported to it the number of pets they sell on the market and the hpmde (by weight)
So there is no specified type of packaging or product that plastic is used.
These data also represent other recyclable packaging made of PET and HDPE.
Most of the plastic containers used in Canadian bottled water sales are made of PET or polyethylene (PE)
, Excluding double phenol (BPA)
Health Canada said. However, large-sized jugs (18 litres)
Some sports bottles can be made of polyester plastic (PC)
It may contain trace amounts of BPA.
Using polycarbonate water bottles, a very small amount of BPA may leak into water or food, and consumers may be exposed to trace amounts of chemicals through a normal diet.
But the Health Canada food agency, after reviewing the data, concluded that exposure to BPA in the diet from food packaging sources, including PC water bottles, does not pose a health risk to consumers. St.
A few years ago, BPA, a commonly used chemical in plastic bottles, was part of the code that proved to penetrate into the water or beverage inside the container when heated, Godard said.
\"The industry quickly rushed to remove this particular chemical from the container and was very successful (it did).
In fact, it doesn\'t actually have any impact on the container . \"Godard.
\"There must be potential (
Health risks).
Plastic is an oil.
Based on the container, a chemical is added to it to help create its shape.
The possibility of leakage is more common (in plastic)
Than aluminum and/or glass.
However, the federal health agency does not recommend the use of a single
If not cleaned properly, use the bottle due to potential microbial risk.
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