Plastic waste, or plastic pollution, is ‘the accumulation of plastic objects (e.g.: plastic bottles and much more) in the Earth’s environment that adversely affects wildlife, wildlife habitat, and humans. Plastics are not easy to degrade. The components contained in them have potential hazards and affect the urban landscape.
Recycling and processing plastic waste cannot protect the environment, but can also improve resource utilization efficiency. Recycling plastic waste has the following uses: Waste plastic products for daily use: plastic water cups, tablecloths, baby diapers, waste plastic bags or artificial leather bags, plastic cosmetics bottles, medicine bottles, etc.
Waste agricultural plastic products: waste plastic film, mulching film, pesticide bags or bottles, etc.
Disposable plastic products: plastic bottles, plastic bags, foam for filling, plastic lunch boxes and tableware, etc.