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Next time when you holden a PFAS-FREE burger bag it might be a JJG eco-friendly organic coating deli bag.
Next time when you holden a PFAS-FREE burger bag it might be a JJG eco-friendly organic coating deli bag.
JJG 2022 Winter Christmas Handle Bag
Christmas is coming with love and joy. All you need is the magical touching of packaging.
While you are shopping, you can be eco-friendly at the same time.
 At the JJG, we offer a varied choice of recycled paper material with joyful printing. 
No design is impossible so long the Christmas is inside your colorful soul. 
JJG ISO & FSSC certificate renewal is completed
JJG ISO & FSSC certificate renewal is completed 
It gives us great pleasure to declare that after continuous efforts of audit and revision of documents, the JJG  has finally received the renewed ISO and FSSC certification. This is to notify our valued customers and colleague. In addition, JJG HACCP certificate renewal is proceeding as scheduled and we should receive the official certificate within months. 
U.S. freight shipping rates have likely peaked, and so has the pirate or shipping company ended its good time.
The nightmare freight spot rate finally ended. After two terrorizing years conducted by the shipping company. Let's hope all our clients and consumer could be relieved from over price freight fee.
2020 40" FCL Taiwan > LA 15000 USD
2022 40" FCL Taiwan > LA  5000 USD
In the medieval era, the pirate is the biggest menace to sea trade. Sea piracy in mass activity is illegal and subject to punishment. However, the modern pirate entity had evolved into shipping companies with a license to pillage, and skyrocketing freight rates are its raging cannon. The shipping company finally shows its mercy after two terrorizing years of freight spot rate pillage.
Dubai's plastic tariff: Retailers report up to 40% drop in single-use bag use
Shoppers are increasingly using recyclable and environmentally friendly alternatives
TAIWAN EPA DECREE EFFECTIVE ON JULY 1ST BAN STYROFOAM TEACUP
     TAIWAN EPA DECREE EFFECTIVE ON JULY 1ST BAN STYROFOAM TEACUP
。TAX IMPOSE ON ALL OTHER SINGLE-USE TEACUPS ON QSR 
。MANDATE GIVE 5 NTD DISCOUNT IF CLIENT BRINGS ITS OWN CUP
The weapon for fruit farmer
India Starts Nationwide Single-Use Plastic Ban

India banned some single-use or disposable plastic products recently as part of a plan to slowly discontinue the use of the material in the South Asian nation.

For its first step in the plan, the federal government has identified 19 plastic products that are not very useful but have a high possibility of becoming waste. It is illegal to produce, import, keep, give them out, or sell them.

These products include cups, straws, and ice cream sticks made from plastic. Some disposable plastic bags will also be banned and replaced with thicker, reusable ones.

Thousands of other plastic products, like bottles for water or bags for foods like chips, are not covered by the ban. But the federal government has set targets for manufacturers to be responsible for recycling or disposing of them after their use.

Plastic manufacturers had appealed to the government to delay the ban. They said inflation and possible job losses are a concern. But India’s federal environment minister Bhupender Yadav told the media at a meeting in New Delhi that the ban had been in progress for a year.

“Now that time is up,” he said.

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A roadside vendor packs onions in plastic bags as women shop at a weekly market in New Delhi, India, Wednesday on June 29, 2022. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

This is not the first time that India has considered a plastic ban. Previous bans have centered in some areas of the country with different degrees of success.

A nationwide ban that includes not just the use of plastic, but also its production and importation was a “definite boost,” said Satyarupa Shekhar. A “definite boost” means a clear improvement. Shekhar is the Asia-Pacific area adviser for the organization Break Free from Plastic.

Most plastic is not recycled around the world. The materials pollute the world’s oceans, affect wildlife, and turn up in drinking water. And scientists are still trying to understand the risks from very small pieces of plastic, known as microplastics.

The country’s waste management system cannot handle its growing cities and villages. It means that much of the waste is not recycled and ends up polluting the environment. Our World in Data found that nearly 13 million metric tons of plastic waste were either thrown out or not recycled by the nation of nearly 1.4 billion people in 2019.

Ravi Agarwal is the director of Toxic Link, a New Delhi-based group that supports waste management. Agarwal said the ban was a “good beginning,” but its success will depend on how well it is carried out. The actual enforcement of the law will be in the hands of individual states and cities.

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A visitor asks about eco-friendly products at an event to create awareness about eco-friendly products in New Delhi, India on July 1, 2022. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

Government officials said they banned products that could be replaced by other materials, such as bamboo spoons, plantain trays, and wooden ice-cream sticks. But in the days leading up to the ban, many food sellers said they did not fully understand.

Moti Rahman sells vegetables in New Delhi. He said customers would carefully pick out fresh summer produce before he put them in a plastic bag.

Rahman said that he agrees with the ban. But he added that if plastic bags are banned without a cost-effective replacement, his business will be affected.

Rahman said, “After all, plastic is used in everything.”

UPM STRIKE ENDED BUT THE RAW PAPER SHORTAGE ISNT FINISHED YET!
The UPM worker union announced on March 25th that the strike was officially ended. The UPM accepted the conditions of the trade union. The UPM chairman was interviewed and concluded it is in the company's best interest to yield and cut the losses. Nevertheless,  the strike does end here but the raw paper shortage isn't. The delivery time for European customers is about 2~3 months, and the delivery time for customers outside Europe is about 5 months.
Pulp and paper industry seeks PMO’s intervention
The Indian Paper Company wrote to the Prime Minister\'s Office that India will face a massive shortage of paper. In the evening of 0149, the Indian Paper Association (IPMA) sent a letter to the Prime Minister\'s Office, requesting the government to give priority to supplying carbon materials to the power plants operated by the paper mills. , coupled with the recent surge in carbon prices, the paper mills\' self-operated or cooperating power plants are almost out of material, and warned that if the Prime Minister is unwilling to provide enough carbon to the paper mills, the recent all-India culture/food/packaging applications will be There is a large-scale shortage of paper.
Refer to :https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/coal-supply-crisis-pulp-and-paper-industry-seeks-pmos-intervention/article65335130.ece
Paper bag factory JUANG JIA GUOO joins the national mask team
He made the first place in the 3 cents business