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Hundreds of large ships filled with waste plastics are in the

river of Xinghua environmental protection industrial park, the largest plastic waste recycling and treatment center in East China; On the river bank, all kinds of waste plastics piled up like mountains; The market is full of transport vehicles from inside and outside the province, and migrant workers are loading bags of semi-finished plastic particles processed from waste plastics into trucks... This is the first impression of Xinghua environmental protection industrial park, the largest plastic waste recycling and treatment center in East China

yuan Jianghua, director of the park, vividly introduced: "120000 tons of waste plastics, mainly white pollution, can be 'eaten' out of the city every year, and 300 million yuan worth of recycled plastics can be 'spit out'."

Where does so much plastic waste come from? Under the leadership of director yuan Jianghua, he came to the Baitu River and looked at ships of all sizes. Director yuan told that every day, hundreds of professional shipping and marketing ships and more than 20 trucks choose the park from Nanjing, Suzhou Wuxi Changzhou, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Weihai and Dalian m) curves inside and outside the province: stress-strain, stress displacement, stress time, displacement time and other curves can be selected for display and printing according to needs; And other garbage transfer sites in dozens of large and medium-sized cities, which absorb about 400 tons of waste plastics every day, up to about 120000 tons a year. There are more than 200 recycling and processing enterprises in the park, each of which automatically contacts more than 80 waste transportation and marketing brokers, mainly local farmers. These brokers also contacted tens of thousands of "junk kings" who were active in the purchase and sorting of waste products in dozens of large and medium-sized cities inside and outside the province, and the whole waste recycling, transportation and marketing team reached 17000 people. The annual sales volume of the industrial park is more than 300 million yuan, the annual profit and tax is more than 1 million yuan, the labor cost is more than 2 million yuan, and the income of tertiary industry is more than 1 million yuan

how does waste plastics turn waste into treasure? This is also a common problem that polyurethane thermal insulation materials are difficult to cure so far. In a recycling company engaged in crushing and processing, we can see that the site is full of waste plastics transported from all over the world. There is a pulverizer in the center and a dehydrator next to it. Several busy workers introduced the process of waste plastic processing: after the waste plastic is transported, it is sorted first and then crushed. If there are impurities in the fragments, they have to be washed with water and then dehydrated. After drying, some are directly packaged for sale, some are processed into plastic particles, and some are processed into plastic products. In the park, more than 4000 people sort all kinds of waste plastics that are continuously transported every day and process them into plastic particles or fragments of different grades. It is understood that under normal circumstances, for each ton of waste plastics purchased and sorted, the profit and tax can be more than 100 yuan. If processed into particles, the profit and tax can be increased by 150 yuan per ton. Therefore, many owners invest in setting up processing plants. At present, there are more than 30 processing plants in the park, with an annual processing capacity of more than 20000 tons and an average household income of about 100000 yuan

in order to prevent environmental pollution, the park has invested 1.05 million yuan to build the park's sewage treatment project, which has been certified by the provincial environmental protection department. In addition, the park also actively applies to the State Administration of environmental protection in the composite material Center for the national white pollution prevention and cultivation base

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