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    Singhal Sipl

    Biodegradable plastic bags, once hailed as a sustainable alternative to traditional plastic bags, have faced challenges in recent years. Despite their initial promise of breaking down into harmless substances over time, the reality has been somewhat different. Many biodegradable plastic bags require specific conditions, such as high temperatures and exposure to sunlight, to degrade fully. Inadequate disposal practices, including improper sorting at recycling facilities and littering, have further hindered the biodegradation process.

    In India, manufacturers of biodegradable plastic bags have been working to address these issues by developing improved formulations and raising awareness about proper disposal methods. However, the effectiveness of biodegradable plastic bags in reducing environmental impact remains a topic of debate. While they may offer some benefits over traditional plastic bags in terms of reducing carbon emissions and reliance on fossil fuels, their overall environmental impact depends on various factors, including production methods, disposal practices, and end-of-life management.

    Despite the challenges faced by biodegradable plastic bags, manufacturers in India continue to innovate and strive towards developing more sustainable packaging solutions. By investing in research and development and collaborating with stakeholders across the supply chain, these manufacturers aim to create products that not only minimize environmental harm but also meet the evolving needs of consumers and businesses in a rapidly changing world.

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