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The Future of Plastic & Post Pandemic Time

COVID2019 is a deadly virus that has caused illness and fatalities in what's the largest pandemic of our generations that one can conceivably flashback. Indeed, today there are people across the world who are succumbing to the effects of the deadly virus. However, it's human nature to see the bright and positive silver lining across all possible situations of doom and dusk

Thanks to the virtual lockdown that the earth is passing due to#COVID2019 has decrypted significant health and wellness benefits for Mother Earth. During that months, CO2 emigrations were down by at least 25 because of the measures to contain the coronavirus, according to the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA), an air pollution research organization.

Another major advantage of social distancing and home lockdowns is the sharp decline in the usage of single-use and multiple-use plastic. Since people are no longer working from outside their homes, their dependence on plastic bags, bottles, tiffins, fast food and so much further has drastically declined to make this terrible reliance on plastic slowly and surely questionable. Governments and businesses were under pressure to drop single-use plastic before the epidemic. Now, with the mileage of single-use plastic less central to life at home, we may get to see if the global addiction might be broken.

To keep your home and especially your kitchen plastic-free, one can turn to a biodegradable and fluently compostable form of crockery and cutlery. Companies like Quit Plastic help make the world a better place to live in with their line of plates, bowls, straws, forks, and spoons which are made of sugarcane bagasse. Sugarcane grows throughout the year and the waste derived from the crop is turned into sturdy and handy tableware which can be warmed in ovens and microwaves and frozen in the freezer without any distinguishable wear and tear.

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