The hottest marine pollution is becoming increasin

2022-08-16
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Marine pollution is becoming increasingly serious, and five major chemical groups in Japan have joined hands to cope with the increasingly serious marine pollution, Five major chemical industry groups in Japan joined hands to cope with

May 23, 2018

[the 2nd National non ferrous metal structural material preparation/processing and utilization technology exchange hosted by China non ferrous metal society and Henan University of science and technology was held in Luoyang, Henan Province] the Japanese chemical industry is actively exploring solutions to cope with the increasingly severe marine plastic pollution. Recently, five major chemical groups including Japan Chemical Industry Association, Japan resin industry alliance, plastics recycling association, Petrochemical Industry Federation and hydrochloric acid industry association held a meeting to jointly discuss the issue of marine pollution

at the meeting, the five organizations decided to establish a joint bureau to coordinate environmental protection activities among the five organizations. Led by the Japan Chemical Industry Association, the environmental protection plan jointly proposed by 22 companies received strong support from the participants. The plan aims to promote an independent marine protection strategy in the chemical industry and stricter regulations on resin products. And the daily chemical association will also start to make a systematic assessment of the ecological impact of marine plastic waste to make the upper platen contact the surface of the sample

it is estimated that millions of tons of plastic waste flow into the ocean every year. And with the increasing consumption of plastic products in the global market, it is only a matter of time before the waste volume breaks through the 10million ton mark. The development of the flow extruder industry still has a large market space. The plastic waste entering the sea continues to flow around the world with the ocean current. It is expected that the quality of waste will exceed the total quality of fish by 2050

processed plastic particles eventually enter the human body through the accumulation of the food chain. Therefore, it is urgent to solve the marine plastic pollution. Japan is a country that lives on the sea, and the marine environment is crucial to national development. Therefore, more and more attention has been paid to marine pollution

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