Take it naturally
Back to nature

In order to implement the concept of a sustainable earth, renewable materials are used as raw materials to manufacture, the process is low energy consumption, and the products can be recycled and returned to the industrial chain for reproduction after being discarded, ensuring that the limited resources of the earth can be used in a recycling and sustainable way to form a friendly economic and industrial system.

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Plastic straws hazards

There are many photos of wild animal carcasses on the internet. Their bodies are filled with many plastic products. Those pictures are unbearable to watch, but it is precisely because plastics are difficult to decompose and endanger the earth's environment. Is there any change?

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There are approximately 8.3 billion discarded plastic straws on the beaches of the world.
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Using the information available at this stage, scientists estimate that there are about 250 million tons of plastic waste in the ocean.
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About 800 million tons of plastic waste enters the ocean every year
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Plastic straws take about 200 years to decompose, but they cannot be completely decomposed.
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In 20 years the earth will be filled with 1.3 billion tons of plastic
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Every year, more than 1 million marine creatures, turtles, and seabirds die from plastic hazards. Source: National Geographic, BBC, Eunomia, Our World in Data, sas.org, phys.org2025

Harm of plastic particles

In the 2018 Greenpeace Taipei Office’s survey on the distribution of microplastics in the sea, it was found that the total amount of plastic in Keelung waters is the largest, with a maximum of nearly 790,000 microplastics. These "microplastics" tend to accumulate with plankton. If marine organisms eat them into their stomachs, microplastics will enter the biological food chain. If human beings cook these marine organisms into delicious seafood, they may let microplastics enter the body without knowing it and endanger health.

Save the ocean and ecology

Two-thirds of the world’s seabirds face accidental eating of marine debris or entanglement, and it is estimated that one million seabirds have died as a result. On Midway Island, there are 276 pieces of plastic fragments in the body of a 90-day-old bird, accounting for 15% of its body weight, which is equivalent to 6 to 8 kilograms of plastic waste in an adult’s body. More than 100,000 marine organisms die a year from the entanglement of plastic waste. For every ten species affected by marine debris, more than one species is facing extinction. Marine life is suffering every minute, and what we should do is to try our best to reduce the plastic waste flowing into the natural environment and bring about changes in our lives.