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2012 London Olympic Games: biodegradable plastic products are popular

10500 and 4200 athletes participated in the 2012 London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games respectively. In addition, about 11million visitors came to the UK, 21000 and 200000 staff. Such a huge flow of people is bound to require a lot of food, fast food and beverages, and a large amount of packaging waste appeared

2012 London Olympic Games waste disposal becomes a problem

before that, the goal of the London Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games was to become the first Olympic Games that promised zero waste landfill. But in fact, the phenomenon of littering all kinds of pet filling garbage and plastic iron container garbage is certainly inevitable. BOCOG said that although the recovery rate of a few venues has reached 50%, the recycling rate is only about 15%

during the Olympic Games, it is estimated that more than 3300 tons of food and food related packaging waste will be generated

Olympic waste disposal methods - bioplastics packaging

nnfcc biological consultant Matthew said that almost 40% of the waste may be related to food packaging. "To help solve this problem, we are working with the renewable packaging group in the UK to help establish a compost packaging supply chain." Matthew said

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after consultation with nnfcc, the London Organizing Committee for the games of the XXIX Olympiad has implemented new rules that every food and beverage packaging waste should be recycled or composted. They use a mixture of recyclable and compostable materials, which can reduce waste and ensure that at least 70% of all Olympic waste will be reused, if not recycled or composted. Matthew said that the remaining waste will be taken away and used to generate electricity, which may help prevent any waste from being sent to landfills

according to the nnfcc report, the materials that obtained the "green transformation" include fast food packaging, beverage cartons and sandwich boxes. They are all made of bio based plastic modified cellulose and co blended polyester and starch

these materials comply with the European international standard unien13432 and are suitable for composting and anaerobic digestion

all composting materials will be labeled with orange recycling signs. Recyclable materials will have a green symbol to distinguish them from non recycled and composted waste, and then put these signs in the corresponding garbage cans around the Olympic venues

Coca Cola is committed to recycling Olympic waste bottles

Coca Cola is expected to sell more than 200000 bottles of products during the Olympic Games

Coca Cola is committed to sustainable development

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the beverage giant has been committed to recycling all soft plastic bottles discarded in the Olympic and Paralympic venues and recycling them within six weeks

"Coca Cola is negotiating with the London Organizing Committee to ensure that the 2012 London Olympics will become the most sustainable Olympics," said a spokesman for Coca Cola enterprise (CCE)

Sita, the waste partner of the London Olympic Organizing Committee, will sort the contents of these recycling bins, and then the bottles will be recycled, where they will be processed into food grade RPET scales, and then transported to one of the production bases of Coca Cola in the UK, where they will be re produced into new plastic bottles. During the Olympic Games, Coca Cola estimated that this would produce 800000 new bottles

"for Coca Cola, sustainable development is essential," the spokesman said. "The continuous recycling of equipment has saved huge costs and helped enterprises achieve the sustainable development of 1. Flame retardant reinforced PET materials with high RTI value, high incandescence and high CTI."

each coke bottle is made of up to 22.5% plant-based materials and up to 25% recycled plastics. The rest is oil resources

McDonald's, a fast-food giant, fully supports the development of degradability

as a long-term sponsor of the Olympic Games and a global fast-food giant, McDonald's cups, tableware, habits and beverage bottle caps provided to customers are made of biodegradable and compostable bioplastics in accordance with the European International standard unien13432

"many projects of McDonald's have met the EN13432 composting standard," said Helen McFarlane, an environmental consultant who provides solutions for a series of industrial markets related to personal hygiene, such as automobile, packaging, medical care, household appliances and construction. "We have worked with suppliers for nearly two years, and we have made considerable research and development in renewable energy."

"we hope to demonstrate the benefits of sustainable packaging through the world's largest sports arena." He said that

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