New York banned disposable foam packaging boxes fr

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From July 1, disposable foam plastic packaging boxes will be banned in New York City, including restaurants, stores and manufacturers. The ban was officially implemented from July 1, but the municipal government also gave a six-month transition period. From January 1, 2016, fines will be issued to violators

in the Chinese community, foamed plastic fast-food boxes can be seen everywhere. It is understood that the price of a disposable foamed plastic lunch box is about a dozen dollars, but if it is changed to plastic or paper: S1 - scanning time (s or min) lunch plate lunch box, the price may double or even more. Although some restaurant owners complain that the profits of the catering industry are already quite meager, the ban will increase operating costs

however, during the visit, many catering staff expressed their willingness to comply. Although it will be affected to some extent, it will not consider raising the take away price for the time being. For the resulting cost increase, New York City also provides exemption opportunities for non-profit institutions and small businesses with an annual income of less than $500000

several experimental pieces continue to be tested as a batch of experiments. When querying the overall strength deviation of a batch of experimental pieces, calculate and dispose them. At present, metal, glass and plastic products in New York City can be recycled, but foamed plastics cannot be degraded and recycled, which has a serious impact on the environment. In addition to New York, Washington, Seattle, San Francisco and other cities have issued similar bans

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