Free Essays on The Harmful Effect Of Using Plastic Bag

  1. Charging for Plastic Bags

    Charging for Plastic Bags Nowadays, many billions of plastic bags have been using every year, and it seems to be increased more and more. According to Noland (2013), in the UK, the number of plastic has risen up to 5.4% in 2010 to 2011. Another statistic illustrates that 90 percent of plastic bags do not...

  2. Plastic

    Millions of plastic bags are given out to consumers by supermarkets and stores to carry their goods in. They are also cheap, light, durable, easy to carry and in many cases, free. The most commonly used shopping bag is made of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). This type is used in the majority of supermarkets...

  3. Plastic Bag Pollution

     Pollution Caused By Plastic Bags Written by: Erica Duncan Science 256 Professor Elizabeth Stevens Pollution Caused By Plastic Bags Plastic bags are one among many items that do not decay or professional terms non-degradable. Dod you know it takes thousands...

  4. Plastic Bags

    Negative Effects of Plastic Bags There are several issues on earth that need immediate attention; such as global warming and green house effect, air pollution, climate change, and plastic pollution. Current use of plastic bags and disposal, both not only create environmental problems, but also reinforce...

  5. Plastics

    Plastic surrounds us. Our telephones, our carpets, and even the fleece we’re wearing all may contain plastic. We store our food in it, drink water from it, and even brush our teeth with it. It’s cheap, convenient, and versatile–but how much do we really know about this wonder material? Plastic is made...

  6. "Using Marijuana Could Be Risky."

    the marijuana plant. In the United States, only these parts of the plant are legal to possess and can be used for making clothing, paper, paints, plastics, cosmetics, and feed for animals. The flowers, buds, and leaves of the marijuana plant are all illegal. (Somdahl, 31) In the United States...

  7. Argumentative Essay: Plastic Bags vs Paper Bags

    half a kilo of rice. It was put in a brown paper bag which the 40-year-old housewife held at the bottom, all 10 ¬¬¬¬¬¬-fingers at full stretch. But one side of the bag ruptured, too weak to hold even its meagre content. Aling Saling coddled her torn paper bag like a baby to keep what was left of her precious...

  8. My Environment

    foremost, most plastic bags are not biodegradable and end up in landfills or worse, floating around in the environment. It takes hundreds of years for plastic bags to decompose and while they do, they release toxins into our soil, lakes, rivers and oceans. Secondly, littered plastic bags are a threat to...

  9. Should Plastic Bags Be Encouraged for Grocery and Shopping Purposes

    Research Question: Should the use of plastic bags be encouraged for grocery and shopping purposes? 1.0 Introduction and chemistry background Plastic or its scientific name polyethylene is a type of polymer. Polymers are defined as a large molecules consisting of specific small repeating monomers that...

  10. Harmful Effect of Plastic Bag

    Harmful effect of Plastic Bags Plastic bags have rapidly becoming popular among consumers and retailers due to its convenience and functionality and it comes at a relatively low cost. Wastage and hygiene issue arises as these non- biodegradable bags are usually littered and not recycled. Technological...

  11. chemistry project

    Name : N. Ahmed Ishhaq Teacher’s Name : MR.K. Subramaniam School : Pushpalata Vidya Mandir Class : XII - A Project : Biodegradable Plastics Certificate This is to certify that N. Ahmed Ishhaq of class XII of Pushpalata Vidya Mandir, Tirunelveli...

  12. plastic bags

    Plastic can be defined as: any group of synthetic or natural organic materials that may be shaped when soft, which will later harden. Plastic has been around for more than 150 years. In 1839 Charles Goodyear accidently discovered the process of vulcanization, the process of making rubber more durable...

  13. Gather from All Sources - Ban Plastics Now

    Planet Ark Plastic Bag Reduction Navigation • Home • About Plastic Bags o Environmental Impacts o Effects on Wildlife o In Other Countries • Go Plastic Bag Free! • Information Resources • FAQs • News • Media • Case Studies •...

  14. Plastic Pollution

    Outline the reasons why plastic pollution has become a problem. How can the problems be solved in the future? 5. Tutor Name: Claire Swanwick 6. Student ID Number: 200939477 7. Date of Submission: 30/11/2012 8. Word count:727 Plastic pollution It is evident that plastic pollution has become a serious...

  15. Chemicals Plastic

    Chemicals Plastic Do you ever wonder what your plastic water bottles are made of, or the containers you keep your food in? Is it safe? Sources say that there are no harmful chemicals in plastic, but is there? Studies have shown there is a harmful ubiquitous compound that is found in baby...

  16. Damage of the Environment Is an Inevitable Consequence of Worldwide Improvements in the Standard of Living. Discuss.

    lost 90-95% of its rainforest. If the current rate of deforestation continues, the world's rain forests will vanish within 100 years-causing unknown effects on global climate and eliminating the majority of plant and animal species on the earth. For the purpose of development, wetlands or waterways are...

  17. Plastic Pollution

    A Call to Action: Plastic Pollution INTRODUCTION In the time it takes for me to read this sentence, more than 5,300 pounds of plastic will have entered the world's oceans. That's 2.4 million pounds an hour, every hour of every day (Chris Jordan, Running The Numbers). Plastic pollution is one of the...

  18. How Does The Effect People Keep Using Plastic Bag

    YankinYeung  Period 8  Ms. Murayama  How does the effect people keep using plastic bag  Plastic bag is very easy to get it from anywhere. Plastic bags have become almost  necessary in people’s daily life in modern society. But using plastic bags to contain foods may  damage people’s health. When the temperature reaches 65℃...

  19. Turning Plastic Waste Into Tiles.

    supplied bags to houses to collect plastic waste. P.B. Kochu Moideen, Edavilangu panchayat president, says, “Joy has come out with the technology of making floor tiles from plastic waste. “Using the technology we have started a unit here. We collect the plastic waste from houses.” Joy’s plastic mix can...

  20. Cassava Starch as an Effective Component for Ideal Biodegradable Plastic

    Title: Cassava starch as an effective component for Ideal Biodegradable Plastic Proponent: Zhaira Morysette L. Maco, III-Narra student Introduction: Inventions have evolved and continue to evolve such that after several years of study, research and experimentation reach great developments. With...

  21. Are plastic bags a boon?

    Use of Plastic bags Modern science has helped us in making our lives more comfortable and easy. It has given us everything and more than we wanted. Plastics are one of the greatest inventions of modern science. Plastics play a major role in our lives. The inventors of it little knew about it’s harmful...

  22. Hazards of Plastic Bags

    Plastic Bags hanging from the branches, flying in the air, stuck in corners racing along with the vehicles on the road are – as we all can see – PLASTIC BAGS. This wonder material of the 20th century has invaded every aspect of our lives; it is all over the place messing up the streets and parks, clogging...

  23. plastic waste

     Norlie John Turqueza BEEd-II Plastic waste Littering Arctic seafloor Dec. 13, 2012 — Biologists record increasing amounts of plastic litter in the Arctic deep sea: studies confirm that twice as much marine debris is lying on the seabed today compared to ten years ago The seabed in...

  24. Should Plastic Be Banned

    Opinions Should plastic bags be banned from grocery stores? YES 51%of members Voice Your Opinion * My New Year's Resolution is to say no to plastic bags!   Plastic bags should be banned from grocery stores. I often go to the store and buy 1 or 2 items and I am given so many bags. I feel that...

  25. Plastic Bags - Ideas

    avoid using plastic bag because people have used plastic bags for a long time and very depended. Not banned but reduce the production of the plastic, so that we don't easily waste it. They are very harmful to the...

  26. plastic bags

    Year's Resolution is to say no to plastic bags!   Plastic bags should be banned from grocery stores. I often go to the store and buy 1 or 2 items and I am given so many bags. I feel that we have become an extremely wasteful society. If we could just say no to plastic bags we would be slowing down the waste...

  27. Anti-Plastics and Anti-Styrofoam

    about the negative effects of using plastics and Styrofoam. The speaker started his talk by showing a well-thought out video. Different phenomena and drastic consequences showed in the presentation prove the major effects of the predicament the world is facing nowadays – which is using materials made out...

  28. The Plastic Age

    The Plastic Age is going strong. Plastic rules our lives and how! It’s durable, does not perish, and you don’t need to cut trees to make it. And despite being much frowned upon and debated, plastic has a strong presence in almost every nook of our lives. So deep is the plastic connection that we use...

  29. water pollution

    groundwater). Water pollution occurs when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds. In the past, before the industrial revolution, all the water resources were much cleaner and healthier than the present time. People are...

  30. Plastics-Advantages and Disadvantages

    An average time for a plastic bottle to biodegrade fully is approximately 450-1000 years. However, there are many different kinds of plastic in the world, most commonly the hard and reusable ones, which take a longer time, and the soft and non-reusable ones, which take a shorter time. Time also varies...