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Plastic bottles can be reused

plastic bottles of mineral water, carbonated beverages, fruit juice and other beverages sold on the market today have beautiful appearance, fashionable design, convenient carrying, and are very popular. After drinking the drinks, they are reluctant to throw them away and keep them for reuse, especially the used mineral water bottles used by primary and secondary school students, sanitation workers, taxi drivers and migrant workers. More citizens like to use these plastics, which means that for customers, oil, salt, sauce, vinegar, wine, tea, soybeans, mung beans and other miscellaneous grains are packed in bottles. This kind of reuse is originally a low-carbon life behavior, but it has been amplified by the media that reuse will release toxic substances, carcinogens and endanger human health. This is obviously caused by cognitive deviation

from the birth of plastic to today, plastic products have gone through a century of history with mankind, and have made indelible contributions to social and economic progress and the improvement of people's living standards. Nowadays, plastic products are basically high molecular compounds with stable chemical structure. Although there are some toxic substances, there is little possibility of release under normal temperature or freezing conditions. Plastic products such as Coke bottles and mineral water bottles will deform after being filled with boiled water, but it will not affect their safe use, but the appearance will change greatly, and their internal molecular structure will not change in essence, nor will they produce toxic and harmful substances. When using a metal brush to clean a plastic bottle, even if the outside or inside of the plastic bottle is worn, it only destroys the surface finish, and will not bring about the destruction of the molecular structure. As for the storage of corrosive acid-base solutions, plastic materials are the safest packaging materials

Dr. Rolf Hatton of Johns Hopkins University in the United States, who specializes in toxins, pointed out that the reuse of plastic bottles or containers or their use after freezing would not be harmful to health. Dr. Hatton believes that toxins are everywhere in life, so many organisms gather a small amount of toxic substances. These toxic substances produce toxic by-products due to combustion in the process of industrial processing, and are released into the air in large quantities. After a period of time, it may penetrate into the food chain, but most of the toxic substances are still transmitted through the air

in fact, plastic bottles also have ID cards. According to experts from the China Plastics Processing Industry Association, there is usually a triangle logo with three arrows at the bottom of plastic bottles, which means recyclable. The recycling mark is a common practice led by leading enterprises in Europe, the United States, Japan and other countries. Although rumors continue, China issued the recycling mark of plastic packaging products as early as 1996. With the development of science and technology, our engineers and technicians are fully capable of ensuring the safety of plastic food packaging to human health. Therefore, as long as plastic bottles or containers are qualified products produced by regular manufacturers according to technical standards and used properly, they will not release chemical pollutants, and people can safely reuse them

as for some prejudices and misunderstandings people have about plastics today, it is more because some illegal manufacturers in the society are greedy for profits. They use recycled materials or low-quality raw materials to replace safe and hygienic raw materials to produce food packaging, which has a negative impact on the society. It is natural to remind such plastic bottles or containers to be used with caution

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