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Bravo! High strength fully recycled agricultural film contributes to sustainable development of agriculture!
Publish Date: 2020/12/14
Recently, Mr. Qu Jinping, an expert on polymer materials processing and machinery as well as the academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, gave an interview to the program "Characters • Stories" of CCTV-10 science and education channel, telling how he solved the problem of residual film pollution.

Mr. Qu had discovered that there were about 16 kilograms of residual film per mu of land in Xinjiang province during his field study in 2013. Mr. Qu said: "if the 'white pollution' in Xinjiang province could not be solved, farmers may have no land to plant in a few years." He found that most of the film left on the farm couldn't be recycled, so he decided to develop a high-strength, fully recycled film. Mr. Qu and his team developed a new type of composite plastic film, which is as thick as ordinary plastic film but stronger.



In order to test the application effect of the new plastic film, Mr. Qu Worked with Xinjiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences to spread hundreds mu of high-strength fully recycled plastic film in Xinjiang province. It was found out though the test that this new type of plastic file with high transmittance and high strength had not broken overwhelmingly, the recycling rate reaches up to 95%, and the heat preservation and moisture effect is better than the ordinary plastic film, which helped with the production.

The high-strength fully recycled plastic film developed by Academician Qu Jinping not only brings social and economic benefits, but also makes outstanding contributions to sustainable development.

You may find more technology suppliers about plastic recycling by viewing the "Suppliers’ Database" on the official website of CHINAPLAS.

In addition, the 2nd edition CHINAPLAS X CPRJ Plastics Recycling & Circular Economy Conference and Showcase will be held at Shenzhen on April 12, 2021. 400+ industry elites will participate in this event and discuss with the participants about the advanced technology and innovative material technology of the plastic recycling industry to boost the sustainable development of the recycling economy and industry.

Find more about the 1st edition event.

Source from:
CPRJ