Alexander Parkers And The Creation Of Plastic

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Plastic vs. Paper, which of it will be more friendly to our environment? Plastic and paper both plays an important role in today's society. Whenever you went shopping in the grocery store, the cashier will asked you if you want plastic or paper bag. People may think about many different way for choosing plastic or paper bag. Some people may think that which kind of bag they can easily reuse at home. Eventually, most people may just don't care about any kind of bag , neither plastic or paper. All they want to do is have a bag for their grocery food that they bought. Do think you making the right decision every time when you choose your bag for your grocery food or any other junks?
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Then they change it to made from bamboo and rice straw. Furthermore, papermaking starting to spreads to Turkestan when the Chinese lost a battle in Turkestan on the banks of the Tharaz River in the 751AD. After the lost of the battle, where the Chinese artisans were taken to jail and the Turkestan leader forced them to make paper for the Turkestan's captors. Papermaking also spreads to Damascus and to Egypt and Morocco. Yet, it took around 500 years until it spreads to Europe. Later on, paper starting to replaced all the parchment and papyrus in the Arab world.
Plastic degraded the environment because making the plastic disturbances caused to air, water, soil and the eco system. Plastic are made out of the waste products of oil polishing. According to the Ewaste Recycling(http://enviroliteracy.org/), it mentions that " the processing of making plastic bags includes contemplation of the environmental impacts associated with the oil, the separation of products in the refining process, and the manufacturing of plastics." However, the percent of all-out environmental impact rely on the facility of the operation at each level. Furthermore, plastic could be degrade the environment differently each day. The plastic that people don't need it anymore could be break into small piece to affect the environment. Contemplate to other industries, making...

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