Today we use plastic for almost anything. It has become one of the largest supply industries that can even rival the metal industry. But why? It’s because of plastic’s properties that we’re using so much of it, I mean London really can’t get enough. Plastic is a man-made material that is durable, flexible and can be moulded into any shape we want. Not to mention that it is also extremely cost effective as it is so easy and cheap to replace unlike any other materials. Though the plastic revolution can be seen as a good thing it is however causing some damage to our environment.
As plastic is a man-made material it means that it is not entirely sustainable and also virtually impossible to be biologically disposed. This means that the waste plastic has ended up polluting our environment, particularly in London. One of the largest areas of plastic pollution is the Thames. The Thames may look considerably clean to any on-lookers in fact underneath the boat trippers leave masses of discarded plastic, which then floods out, into the Thames Estuary and then further into the North Sea.
It is therefore important that we treat plastic as a precious material rather than just a waste product. The recycling industry is ever growing with plastic being the main material that they recycle so consider recycling any plastic goods for the sake of the London environment. In addition why not use plastic for more durable products like Simply Plastics – acrylic tube in plumbing or even Simply Plastics – polycarbonate sheet in engineering.
So what are you waiting for? Contact a reputable plastic supplier and start to integrate plastic into your everyday lives because once you start you’ll wonder why you never used it in the first place. Just be cautious with any waste product.