Australia's second largest state announced a ban on printing
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core tip: Abstract: for this act, The staff of the Queensland Office said: "printed matter is like a disaster to the environment, and many trees planted have been cut down, which is not what we want to see.
Abstract: for this decree, the staff of the Queensland Office said: "Printing destroys the environment like a disaster, and many trees planted have been cut down, which is not what we want to see. Printing is coming to an end, and nothing can last forever. From a modern perspective, what can printing bring us?"
on April 1, April Fool's day, the Queensland Government in Australia issued a decree that was not a joke on April Fool's day. This large state, which is the size of ten Guangdong provinces, announced that printing was banned
the new law will take effect on April 1, which will have an impact on the printing of Queensland. In the future, the region will not be able to print and newspapers, and printed materials such as magazines and lottery tickets may be distributed in the form of digital editions in the future
in response to this decree, the staff of the Queensland Office said: "printing destroys the environment like a disaster. Many trees planted on November 9 have been cut down, which is not what we want to see. Printing is about to end, and nothing can last forever. From a modern perspective, what can printing bring us?"
coincidentally, on August 12, the Queensland Government of Australia also issued another new decree on product packaging, which prohibits the use of disposable plastic and polystyrene take away containers
Queensland governor parazuk announced that from September 1, disposable plastic straws (mixers, tableware, etc.) will be banned together with disposable plastic shopping bags on the Queensland prohibition list. Polystyrene containers are also included in the prohibited items. After that, coffee cups, takeaway food containers and load-bearing plastic containers will also be considered to be included in the list of prohibitions. "We ensure that companies have time to adapt and find alternatives," the governor said
Queensland is one of the eight states that make up the Commonwealth of Australia Yield strength: one of the stretching States, located in the northeast of the country, with an area of about 18500 square kilometers, is the second largest state in Australia. Queensland is a famous tourist and holiday resort in Australia, with the "Sunshine State" ”It is known as "paradise on earth". The climate here is warm and sunny. There are many beautiful and charming tourist attractions in Queensland along its eastern coast, such as Brisbane, Goldcoast, Sunshine Coast, fraserisland, capricorncoast and Whitsunday coast North Queensland coastal area, greatbarrier Reef National Park, etc
as a 3 It is understandable that Queensland has taken such radical measures in a state famous for tourism with high-definition metallographic structure interface showing indentation and specimen. As for its success, it still needs time to test. However, printing and packaging have long been closely related to human commercial activities and advanced textile materials such as clothing, food, housing, high-performance chemical fibers. It is not easy to ban them
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