Try to guess what this is.
(Don’t scroll down yet)
The hint is not the amount.
Nor is it data about recycling.
Actually, this is the number of straws that are used every day all over the world.
It is an approximate number.
Until recently, it’s no exaggeration to say that everyone doesn’t usually think of “straws.”
Compared to PET bottles, shopping bags, and other plastic trash, the ratio is certainly small.
Among marine pollution, straws make up only 0.0025% of the weight of plastic waste (about 800 million tons) flowing into the sea every year.
Still, it’s a ridiculous number of about 200,000 tons.
I think the idea that it would be nice if all of this could be returned to nature is extremely “natural.”
Straw is originally derived from the English word Straw.
Return the straw to the plant as a matter of course.
Moreover, it is superior to straw.
I think it would be nice if people could get a chance to review their consumption habits.
“I don’t need a straw”
“Drink it by mouth”
However, given the fact that 2 billion straws are used every day, a global solution is needed.
Next to the lips, the most natural.
A type of sedge used in water-resistant sedges.
On the canopy, the “official” of the organ.