The main raw materials of disposable chopsticks come from artificially planted fast-growing poplar, birch, and other economic forest trees with a loose texture and less oil and other corner waste wood, and some are made of bamboo. The use of disposable chopsticks will not only not “destroy the forest”, but will also increase the planting scale of fast-growing poplar and other economic forest trees.
Disposable chopsticks not only make it convenient for diners, reduce the risk of infection with various germs and hepatitis viruses, reduce the water, electricity, detergent, and disinfectant used for repeated cleaning and disinfection of chopsticks, but also promote economic forests such as fast-growing poplar upstream The planting scale is high, and the waste after its use in the downstream is an excellent raw material for papermaking. As long as it is well managed, it can develop into a real green environmental protection industry.
Disposable chopsticks refer to chopsticks that are discarded after one use, and are also called “convenient chopsticks”. Disposable chopsticks are the product of fast-paced social life. There are mainly disposable wooden chopsticks and disposable bamboo chopsticks. Disposable bamboo chopsticks are more and more widely used because they are made of renewable bamboo, economical, and environmentally friendly. China’s preferential export tax rebate policy encourages the use of disposable bamboo chopsticks instead of disposable wooden chopsticks for export, reducing the use of wood and protecting Forest.