In many leaflets and apps related to garbage classification, used lunch boxes are classified as "other garbage", which is possible for lunch boxes of other materials! However, the used aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers and aluminum foil paper can be regarded as "recyclable garbage"!
Below, we will give you a little common sense about the recycling of aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers!
At present, many large and medium-sized cities across the country have begun to implement garbage classification. According to garbage classification requirements, garbage needs to be divided into four categories: recyclable garbage, kitchen waste, other garbage and hazardous garbage. This requires residents and relevant personnel to clearly understand the relevant waste classification knowledge in order to accurately classify. Only in this way can the efficiency of garbage classification and subsequent garbage treatment and utilization be improved.
In this context, the dispute over the selection of materials for takeaway lunch boxes and food packaging containers is more clear. The advantages of aluminum foil lunch boxes, aluminum foil food packaging containers, and household aluminum foil in recycling are highlighted, and once again raising their eyebrows to win other materials! Aluminum foil has many characteristics and advantages for use as a lunch box and a food distribution container, including: safety and hygiene, high and low temperature resistance, green environmental protection, renewable energy saving, good sealing, high-end beautiful, convenient and fast. Aluminum foil lunch boxes, containers and household aluminum foil will gradually become the first choice for the urban catering takeout and food packaging market in the future for the mandatory classification of garbage.
It should be emphasized that good "recyclability" is a great advantage of aluminum foil containers and aluminum foil products, and also the main reason for expanding the application. However, this advantage is difficult to show without implementing waste classification, because all the waste aluminum foil is not easily sorted out after being mixed, and it is mixed with domestic waste and sent to the landfill for landfill, or sent to waste for power generation. The plant burned. But what everyone does not know is that all the aluminum foil lunch boxes and aluminum foil paper used for passengers on the plane (used to wrap burgers and fire, and the lid of the lunch box) have been collected at the airport. A special recycling company removes the food from the aluminum foil meal box, rinses the meal box and air-drys it, then packs the aluminum foil container and sends it to the recycled aluminum plant for remelting, which turns into aluminum alloy ingots for recycling. The elements of recycled aluminum are common in automobiles, bicycles, home appliances, aluminum doors and windows, and computers in our lives. In the process of recycling aluminum foil containers and containers, "classification" is an important link!
Urban waste classification has brought new opportunities for the recycling of aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers, and brought new opportunities for the expansion of such products. However, we have noticed that in many waste sorting flyers and apps, used lunch boxes are classified as "other garbage", which is possible for lunch boxes of other materials! However, the used aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers and aluminum foil paper are treated slightly after use and can be regarded as "recyclable garbage"! This needs to be widely spread and recognized! The recovered aluminum foil meal boxes and containers are sent to the recycled aluminum plant for remelting into aluminum alloy ingots
Plastic lunch boxes and containers have almost no recycling value. If incinerated, they will produce a large amount of harmful gas dioxins, which can only be landfilled and difficult to degrade. Some other paper and biomass lunch box containers can only be buried and gradually degraded. Only aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers and related products can be fully recovered, reused, and entered into a new recycling system for sustainable use by humans!