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Dear Boss,
Nice one Baskar.
Using of PET bottles are inevitable nowadays. Even most of the school going children are using them.
Better mention that what nos are to be used ?
No 1 and 2 can be usable, I hope so.
S.Sethupathy.

Dear All,
Like plastic bottles, the menace of plastic bags are also to be debated.
When you are buying some food items from your neighbour shop or from a hotel , watch the following..
1) The shop keeper or the supplier pull out a plastic bag- most of them are less the 40 microns -which are harmful to health and environment.
2) Most of the time they blow the bag to expand. See how much of the germs are injected inside the bag from his month?
3) The food items ordered are in heat condition or made up to hot before inserting them inside the bag. Imagine the bags made out with less micron yield some plastic components, which are dissolved and mixed into the food stuff directly because of heat.
I am adding few files and the recent Govt Rules on plastic bags.
USE ONLY RECYCLABLE PLASTIC BAGS WITH MORE THAN 40 MICRONS.
S.Sethupathy,
Excellent HR Services.


Attached Files
File Type: pps The Dangers of Plastic Bags.pps (3.45 MB, 711 views)
File Type: pdf Action-sheet.pdf (25.9 KB, 365 views)
File Type: pdf Govt rules on Plastic bags.pdf (385.9 KB, 335 views)

Thank you Mr. Sethupathy for your Value Addition. Indeed, these are very useful articles to all our members, and hope all our members will make use of it. Keep on sharing the knowledge
Dear All,
Go through the file that supporting the plastic usage and answering all the queries raised in the action-sheet of my earlier post.
This article by plastic manufacturers talking about the reusable and safe use of plastic bags......
Your comments on plastic usages, please.
S.Sethupathy,
Excellent HR services.


Attached Files
File Type: pdf file_Recycle_Your_Plastic_Bags_Fact_Sheet_May_08.pdf (153.4 KB, 208 views)

Please check the following thread also.
https://www.citehr.com/337575-rti-rules.html
Hope it will be useful to all members.

Thank you Varsha for your motivational comments, which keeps us to post more. Keep on encouraging dear. Please see the RTI Rules thread and save the same for your reference Varsha.
Did you ever drink from a plastic bottle and see a triangle symbol on the bottom with a number inside?


Do you know what the number stands for? Did you guess that it's just for recycling?Then you are WRONG !!!!!!


THE NUMBER TELLS YOU THE CHEMICAL MAKE UP OF THE PLASTIC..... .1. Polyethylene terephalate (PET) 2. High density polyethylene (HDPE) 3. Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (UPVC) or Plasticised polyvinyl chloride (PPVC) 4. Low density polyethylene LDPE 5. Polypropylene (PP) 6. Polystyrene (PS) or Expandable polystyrene (EPS) 7. Other, including nylon and acrylicCheck out this chart that breaks down the plastic, its uses and chemical makeup.

What you are not told is that many of the plastics used are toxic and the chemicals used to create a plastic can leach out of the plastic and into the food and drink.

Think about it, how many times have you or a friend said I dont like this, it taste like the plastic bottle ......

THAT IS BECAUSE YOU ARE TASTING THE PLASTIC

The WORST are # 3, 6, and 7 !!!

DO NOT USE THESE NUMBERS if stated at the bottom of the bottle!!
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Reusing plastic bottles by refilling them is NOT a good idea.

Really an excellent information. We all need to take care of this while purchasing the water bottle henceforth.
Thank You for your information,
But few days before in one training, the trainer has told us that-
the bottle with no. 1 is not good for health
& instead of no. 1 we have to use no. 3 bottles.
Now i am realy confused. If you have any idea about what we can use, please reply as i want to purchase new bottles for my office staff.
Thank You in advance,
Kirti.


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