M K Health Care Products Ltd .'s highly trained, dedicated teams have the technical skills to provide overall project coordination for site preparation and installation. The on-site service might be territorial limited, but be sure to let us know your requirements. We will try our best to help. Our teams have many years of experience with the installation requirements of baby wipes and receive ongoing training and support from the company. The ongoing service from our experts reassures a satisfying using experience. ECO BOOM is a comprehensive business organization integrating the design, processing and sale of baby diaper pants. ECO BOOM's main products include bamboo baby diapers series. ECO BOOM cloth diaper packages has been innovatively designed. The design is carried out by our designers who make every element of it to match any style of a room. The product is sustainable. It is made of recyclable parts which are environmentally friendly and these parts can stand up many times of use.our team spares no effort to improve the standard of baby diaper pack with quality support. Get an offer!
There you are sitting in some department store’s public restroom, and you see two toilet paper options to choose from. One is old fashioned hardwood tree toilet paper, and the other is certified, eco-friendly bamboo toilet paper. With the little that you know about both types of toilet paper, which one would you choose? If you’d choose bamboo, then good for you. If you didn’t, or you don’t really care, consider these four reasons, next time you’re faced with such an odd predicament, on why bamboo toilet paper might be good not just for your bottom line, but for everyone’s.Prevents Deforestation. According to the United States’ Environmental Protection Agency, one hardwood tree produces about 100 pounds of toilet paper and about 83 million rolls are produced per day. Humans consume 27,000 trees daily to make toilet paper. With so many trees being cut down to make something so short lived as toilet paper, why not consider an alternative source such as bamboo, which grows back almost as quickly as it’s chopped down since it’s technically a grass not a hard wood.The major brands of toilet paper, paper towels and paper towels in the United States only use virgin fiber wood pulp, and this wood pulp is mainly from ancient coniferous forests in Canada. According to two international environmental organizations, American uses three rolls of toilet paper a week on average, and major producers refuse to use alternative fibers. This is destroying Canadian forests and causing extensive environmental damage.The Natural Resources Defense Council and the international non-profit environmental organization Stand.Earth jointly issued a report entitled "Tissue Problems", saying "Forests are precious and cannot be wasted." Both organizations have called for the use of alternative materials, including recycled wood Pulp, wheat straw and bamboo.The report severely criticized the three largest tissue manufacturers in the United States:"These flagship household brands do not contain recyclable materials or alternative fibers, and none of the three companies have fulfilled their commitment to not damage the coniferous forest."A more worrying environmental issue is that these trees are turned into wood pulp, then made into paper towels, and washed away along the toilet without recycling. The report refers to it as"a train from tree to toilet ".Extensive use of virgin wood pulp paper towels is threatening the lives of Canadian aborigines, causing environmental damage, harming wildlife, and causing climate change. The report said, "The tissue products made from the tree’s virgin fiber pulp pose an obvious threat to the environment. .""When coniferous forests and other forests decrease, their ability to absorb greenhouse gases produced by humans declines. In addition, carbon stored in forest soils and plants will be released into the atmosphere, severely destroying global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. "Reduces Paper Consumption. American uses 50 pounds of tissue paper per year on average which is 50 % more than the average of western countries or Japan. The higher usage in America may be can explain by the fact that in many non-American countries people utilize bidets or spray hoses to clean themselves. Using bamboo as an earth-friendly alternative would significantly reduce consumption of hardwood-made paper. “Bamboo is being hailed as a new super material, with uses ranging from textiles to construction,” writes the BBC in an article coinciding with its radio report Green Gold: The Bamboo Boom. It also has the potential to absorb large amounts of carbon dioxide, the biggest greenhouse gas, and provide some of the world’s poorest people with cash. Americans consume 141 rolls of toilet paper a year, equivalent to nearly 3 rolls per week, accounting for the world's first consumption; the second is Germany, which consumes 134 rolls of toilet paper per person per year; in Asian countries, the Japanese consume 91 rolls of toilet paper, the Chinese consume 49 rolls per year.Americans are among the best in the world in the use of rolled paper (not just toilet paper, but also toilet rolls and kitchen rolls). Global household roll paper consumption reached 12 billion U.S. dollars in 2017, while U.S. consumption accounted for 5.7 billion U.S. dollars. In other words, the amount of roll paper used by Americans in households is almost faster than the total roll paper consumption of other countries combined.Stronger, Cooler, Softer. Bamboo’s natural properties make it inherently stronger than hardwoods and is as strong as soft steel. It’s also cooler and softer to the touch, which is clearly a positive benefit when it comes to toilet paper handling. The bamboo fibers are rounder and longer, making our toilet tissues smoother and stronger. This means that our tissues are not only more environmentally friendly but also of better quality. As a herbaceous plant, bamboo can be regenerated from the roots to grow continuously, without fertilization and repeated planting. The most important point is that bamboo can release 30% more oxygen than trees and absorb 35% more carbon dioxide than trees during its growth process.100% Bamboo Toilet Paper in 0% plastic packagingBiodegrades Faster. Bamboo is 100 % biodegradable. It’s like it melts right back into the earth, making for cleaner, safer soils. It’s easier on our landfills, better for dirt quality, and doesn’t leave as many leftover, unusable byproducts during production. All of these reasons amount to long-term cost savings for manufacturers, distributors, retailers and agriculturists, which results in a happier, healthier bottom line for both producers and users of such an earth-friendly alternative to traditional toilet paper.
You are expected to first use the installation instruction offered by M K Health Care Products Ltd .. Probably it is a manual, a video, or a voice. When you encounter specific problems during the installation, a video could be sent to us to make sure that the problem is clear shown. We will offer guidance by video. In regard to big problems, senior engineers may be sent to solve it. ECO BOOM is immensely influential in the bamboo baby diapers industry. ECO BOOM's main products include baby diaper pack series. Ideas for the design of ECO BOOM baby wipes are presented under high technologies. The product's shapes, colors, dimension, and matching with space will be presented by 3D visuals and 2D layout drawings. The product has no burrs on its edge and surface. It has been finely burnished to remove all of the particles during the production.Reputation and good credit are the eternal goals of our team. Get more info!
Did you know anything about our marine resources? Oceans cover three quarters of the Earth’s surface, contain 97 percent of the Earth’s water, and represent 99 percent of the living space on the planet by volume.Over 3 billion people depend on marine and coastal biodiversity for their livelihoods. Globally, the market value of marine and coastal resources and industries is estimated at US$3 trillion per year or about 5 percent of global GDP. Oceans contain nearly 20 billion identified species, but actual numbers may lie in the millions. Oceans absorb about 30 percent of carbon dioxide produced by humans, buffering the impacts of global warming. Oceans serve as the world’s largest source of protein, with more than 3 billion people depending on the oceans as their primary source of protein. Marine fisheries directly or indirectly employ over 200 million people. Subsidies for fishing are contributing to the rapid depletion of many fish species and are preventing efforts to save and restore global fisheries and related jobs, causing ocean fisheries to generate US$50 billion less per year than they could. Open Ocean sites show current levels of acidity have increased by 26 percent since the start of the Industrial Revolution. Coastal waters are deteriorating due to pollution and eutrophication. Without concerted efforts, coastal eutrophication is expected to increase in 20 percent of large marine ecosystems by 2050. The urgency of marine protection Covering over two-thirds of our blue planet, the ocean makes it habitable. It is at the origin of all life on Earth and affects each of our lives: it is the source of our freshwater and of half the oxygen we breathe; it also influences our climate and weather. Ocean provides food, medicine, and mineral and energy resources for us . It supports a multitude of life forms and shapes the Earth’s characteristics.Careful management of this essential global resource is a key feature of a sustainable future. However, at the current time, there is a continuous deterioration of coastal waters owing to pollution, and ocean acidification is having an adversarial effect on the functioning of ecosystems and biodiversity. This is also negatively impacting small scale fisheries. Saving our ocean must remain a priority. Marine biodiversity is critical to the health of people and our planet. Marine protected areas need to be effectively managed and well-resourced and regulations need to be put in place to reduce overfishing, marine pollution and ocean acidification. Issuing < plastic ban > to protect the ocean Marine biologist Richardo Gomes called on people to protect and give back to the ocean.He said: "We have been exploring the ocean and asking for it. Now is the time to pay attention to the ocean and give back. We must stop the behavior of destroying the environment."At present, more than 60 countries have formulated policies to control marine plastic pollution, including the ban on the use of plastic bags. 43 countries have made relevant commitments to protect the ocean. The United Nations Environment Programme launched the "Clean Seas" campaign in February 2018, with the goal of eliminating this type of garbage by 2022. All countries’ commitments cover 62% of the world’s coastlines. Plastic waste pollution Needless to say, plastics plays an important role in our life, people's daily life seems to be inseparable from plastic, from office supplies to the life of appliances, it can be said that the shadow of plastic is everywhere These disposable plastic products turn into plastic waste in the blink of an eye.However, this over-reliance on plastics has already had a huge impact on the environment.This kind of "white garbage" is flowing into rivers and oceans, changing the marine ecological environment, and even entering people's food chain, causing greater harm to human beings.The consumption of plastic bags worldwide is 500 billion each year; 1 million plastic bottles are sold globally each minute; most plastic products are discarded in the natural environment and flow into the ocean eventually, which is the main cause of marine pollution. If the current trend continues, there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish by 2050.According to data from the United Nations, at least 8 million tons of plastic products flow into the ocean every year, causing serious impacts on marine lives, fishery and tourism, and economic losses of up to US$8 billion.Plastics account for 60-90% of the garbage accumulated on the coastline, ocean surface and seabed.1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals die from plastic pollution each year. The plastic will be broken down into tiny pieces and then ingested by plankton, which will affect the food chain and the food composition of the human plate eventually.Siim Kiisler, President of the World Environment Conference, said: "We all know that our oceans are under threat, and the killer is plastic. The durability and anti-degradation properties of plastics make them widely and continuously used, and make it almost impossible to completely decompose in nature. Most plastic products will never disappear completely, they just get smaller and smaller.A recent global survey showed that cigarette butts,their filters contain tiny plastic fibers which are the most common plastic waste in the environment. The second most common plastic wastes are beverage bottles, bottle caps, food wrapping paper, grocery bags, beverage caps, straws and blenders.This marine litter harms over 800 marine species, 15 of which are endangered. And plastics that enter fish and other marine organisms will also pass through the food chain and eventually reach the human table.We use these products every day without thinking about their ultimate destination. Statistics show that only 9% of plastic waste is recycled. About 12% were burned. The remaining 79% accumulates in landfills or flows into the natural environment eventually. Diaper waste According to Environmental Protection Agency, 20 billion disposable diapers are dumped in landfills each year, accounting for more than 3.5 million tons of waste. 200,000 trees each year are lost to the manufacture of disposable diapers for babies in the U.S. alone. In addition, it takes 3.4 billion gallons of fuel oil every year to make diapers. That is why we focus on bamboo which is a fast-grown material can be cut off every year and fully biodegradable within 75 days after buried in the land, while normal non-woven would take years. ECO BOOM Bamboo Baby Diaper What is the connection between using our ECO BOOM bamboo diapers and marine protection? Obviously, reducing plastic waste is equivalent to protecting our oceans. We found a way to reduce the generation of plastic waste from the source, which is to use our ECO BOOM biodegradable bamboo diapers. Firstly,our ECO BOOM bamboo diaper is more eco-friendly for our ocean.By using 100% biodegradable bamboo fiber topsheet and backsheet,it can reduce 30% plastic waste comparing to normal diapers. Besides the bamboo diaper, our outer packing is also fully biodegradable by using D2W poly bag which can be decomposed in 18 months while normal diaper brands are using PE plastic. And our colored box pack can reduce plastic waste,too. Last but not least,our biodegradability rate is certified by SGS, it can reach 61% in 75 days.However,it takes more than 500 hundred years for regular diapers to decompose when exposed to sunlight and air. On the other hand,we only use FSC certified pulp and tissue for sustainable development which will be better for our planet.D2W poly bagColored boxColored boxA little change for bamboo diapers, a big change for the world.Help us be a part of the solution, not part of the pollution and choose our biodegradable bamboo diaper to redirect your diapers from the landfill for composting.