Compostable biodegradable materials
Compostable materials are widely recognized in the relevant sectors in Europe and the United States.
For example, in California, New York State, Seattle, and San Francisco, compostable materials have been an important way to successfully implement zero-waste programs.
California law (SB-567) also prohibits the sale of plastic packaging and plastic products with biodissolving, dissolving, or dissolving labels to avoid misunderstandings or misconceptions about the intent of the composting market. Next we’ll look at the application of compostable biodegradable materials.
In China, composting is still in its infancy or debated stage. There are few composting sites, like in Beijing, a major city with 40,000 tons of waste a day.
Therefore, the major premise of composting biodegradable materials is to first solve the problem of composting kitchen waste. In short, compostable fertilizers are composted together with kitchen waste, rather than designing separate systems for compostable fertilizers.
Composting is only to solve the problem of kitchen waste, such as take-out boxes, where the take-out is half eaten and there are leftovers inside, and if the boxes can be composted, these leftovers can be thrown into the kitchen waste disposal unit along with the boxes and composted together.