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What kind of trash the eye drop bottle belongs to

Jun 10 , 2021

In our daily production and life, a large amount of garbage is generated, such as waste paper, waste batteries, leftovers, etc. Some of these garbage are recyclable, but some are hazardous garbage. Classification and management of different garbage can reduce the environment. Pollution turns waste into treasure. Sowhat kind of rubbish is the eye drop bottle used as the packaging of ophthalmic medicine?

What kind of trash the eye drop bottle belongs to

eye drop bottle

With the popularization of electronic products such as mobile phones and computers, people's lifestyles have undergone tremendous changes. The resulting eye fatigue, dry eye, glaucoma and other eye diseases have become increasingly prominent. Most people choose to use eye drops To relieve eye fatigue, the resulting pharmaceutical packaging waste is increasing. If a bottle of eye drops is used up, what kind of trash should the eye drop bottle belong to?

Eye drop bottles are generally made of LDPE or PP materials. These two materials are not recyclable and belong to hazardous waste. This is because there is usually a small amount of liquid medicine remaining in the used eye drop bottles. These liquid medicines contain chemical substances and are medicines, which can cause potential harm to human health and the environment. Therefore, the used eye drop bottles are hazardous waste and should be thrown directly into the red hazardous waste container.

What kind of trash the eye drop bottle belongs to

5ml eye dropper bottle

In addition to eye drop bottles, there are waste batteries, expired medicines, waste water silver thermometers, etc. that are hazardous waste. These wastes will undergo special treatment. Garbage classification treatment can increase the utilization rate of garbage resources, reduce the amount of garbage disposal, and reduce environmental pollution. At present, many countries around the world have formulated corresponding systems for garbage classification to better protect the earth environment on which we depend.

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