At present, most of the daily necessities are consumed extremely, causing severe environmental pollution, because these consumed daily necessities cannot be biodegraded. What kind of damage will these non-degradable plastic garbage cause to the environment?
Harm to agriculture. Waste plastic products continue to accumulate in the soil, which will affect the absorption of nutrients and water by crops, resulting in reduced crop yields. Harm to animals. Waste plastic products discarded on land or water are swallowed by animals as food, resulting in animal deaths. Harm to the environment. Landfilling waste plastics will occupy a large amount of land, and the occupied land will not be restored for a long time, which will affect the sustainable use of land. In addition, chemical fiber is made of petroleum, which not only consumes a lot of resources, but also does not decompose, which is buried underground and will pollute the land and rivers.
Affect the development of industrial and agricultural production. Waste plastic products continue to accumulate in the soil, which will affect the absorption of nutrients and water by crops, resulting in reduced crop yields. Floating plastic products bring great difficulties to the acquisition of water sources, cause pumps to evacuate and block, and cause huge losses to industrial production and hydropower stations.
Biodegradation refers to the chemical dissolution of substances by bacteria or other biological means. Once the product is biodegraded, it basically "disappears". These products can be solids that biodegrade into the soil (we also call them compostable), or they can be liquids that biodegrade into water.
If a fabric or product is biodegradable, you can be sure of several things. First, this means that the material is made of natural materials, such as wood, cotton products or linen, or man-made materials that are sufficiently similar to animal and plant substances. For example, biodegradable plastics will be composed of natural ingredients, such as corn starch or vegetable oil. This also means that over time, this substance will decompose into the chemical substances that originally composed it. When man-made compounds are formulated in the laboratory, there are combinations of elements that do not exist in nature, and there are no corresponding microorganisms to decompose them.
Winner Medical uses biodegradable cotton. 100% pure cotton can effectively reduce the burden on the earth.
Is cotton biodegradable? Yes, as a completely natural material grown in the field, cotton is completely biodegradable. This means that cotton has an amazing advantage over many other synthetic materials: we don't have to worry about finished cotton products filling up landfills.
Products of Winner Medical all use natural 100% pure cotton, which is 100% biodegradable. We are committed to creating a safe and environmentally friendly environment. We provide natural and safe cotton products that meet customer requirements. We have advanced technology of 100% cotton spunlace non woven wipes. Our all-cotton spunlace non woven wipes have obtained GOTS certification and TUV compostable certification, which has completely changed the traditional production technology of daily and medical cotton products.
Winner Medical is a leading non-woven fabric manufacturer in China and provides all the solutions for your needs for non woven cotton products. And our production technology has obtained patent certificates in 30 countries around the world, including China, the United States, the European Union, and India.