Everybody across the globe is getting aware of the impact of plastic and other plastic products on the environment and hence a huge group of people across the world has stopped consuming the plastic products and the first area of focus is plastic straws. People have stopped using the plastic straws instead of that they have started utilizing other alternatives to it for e.g. paper straws, reusable straws glass straws, bamboo straws etc.
The procedure to develop paper straws is totally different from the procedure of developing a plastic straw. So, here is how a paper straw is developed.
- Paper straws are made with the help of two main ingredients for e.g. the waxed manila paper, and a plain old white adhesive.
- Typically a paper straw is constructed of 3 piles of paper.
- The piles of the paper are then combined together with the adhesive with the core-binding machine.
- Here the quality of the paper and the adhesive has a massive impact on the performance of the straw and efficiency of it
- At very first the glue must give adequate bond strength to guarantee the straw keeps up its structure
- Secondly the dry bond must stay perfect to guarantee straw reliability during submersion in refreshments or the beverages, and once the straw is disposed, the glue must enable the straw to separate and disintegrate in a landfill.
- Recently a chain of fast food giants have adopted the use of paper straws and have dropped the use of plastic straws.
- People at their homes have started buying wholesale paper straws to keep a bulk of it.
As new techniques have arrived people should stop consuming the plastic straws or other plastic products as they are harmful for the creatures and the environment too. There are many alternatives available for the plastic and its products.