The plastic that is used only once is called single-use plastic. In everyday life, we use many plastic products and throw them away. These products come in single-use plastic. Single-use plastic is also called disposable plastic.
In single-use plastic, such a chemical is found which is very harmful for our health as well as the environment. Plastic never dissolves and it remains to lie like this for thousands of years, due to which it is dangerous not only for water but also for the soil.
Carry bags (less than 50 microns) in single-use plastic, non-woven carry bags, small wrapping/packing films, foamed cup cups, bowls, plates, laminated bowls and plates, small plastic cups and containers (150 mL and 5 Less than a gram), plastic sticks and earbuds, balloons, flags and candies, cigarette butts, dispersed polystyrene, small plastic packets for beverages (less than 200 mL) and roadside banners (less than 100 microns)
In India, e-commerce companies use single-use plastic the most. According to an estimate, about 40 percent of the plastic products used annually is consumed in the e-commerce sector.