Nowadays, the trouble of lack of food and wear is long gone. Instead, the health problems caused by eating too much are bothering people. At the same time, how to deal with many old clothes is also very troublesome. According to the Quanzhou Evening News reported on Tuesday, the recycling bins marked with "old clothes recycling" have appeared in Quanzhou in recent years, opening the door for the citizens to open old clothes. However, after the excitement at the beginning, nowadays, because of the problems of random placement and unclear flow, the old clothes recycling bin has not lost the confidence of the public, and faces the embarrassment of no one to care.
Undoubtedly, recycling old clothes is a good project with one fell swoop. It is not only convenient for the public to handle old clothes, but for the society, it can be used as charity. After the new clothes are disinfected, they can be donated to difficult families in the central and western regions. It is also beneficial to environmental protection, and many of them are made of chemical fiber materials. The clothes, plus weaving and dyeing and other processes, if discarded at will, will pollute the environment and unify recycling, which can reduce the amount of urban garbage generated. In addition, the old clothes recycling can also realize the reuse of resources, donate the remaining recycled old clothes, sorted according to wool, cotton, chemical fiber, blended, shoe bags, and then processed and used as textile raw materials, used for making non-woven fabrics, labor prevention Supplies, vegetable shed warm cotton and automotive insulation cloth.
The recycling of old clothes is not good, and no one even cares. What are the reasons? From the investigation of this reporter, we can easily see the clues. Most of the old clothes recycling is under the banner of charity. In fact, this is still a profitable business. The recovered clothes are only donated individually, and most of them flow to resource recycling enterprises for commercial operation. It is undeniable that the old clothes recycling system does have the property of environmental protection and public welfare. It is also understandable to publicize this positioning. However, it is obviously a commercial project, but it only emphasizes the public welfare nature of the public. This is obviously not a wise move. Although at the beginning of the launch, in the name of environmental protection public welfare, it can be sought after for a while, but after a period of time, when the public knows the truth, it will inevitably lead to the question of “making money with the banner of charity”, which will trigger the public’s flow of clothing. doubt. Once the project with the charity flag loses its credibility, the old-fashioned recycling project, which looks like a promising future, will not last long.
"If the name is not correct, then the words are not smooth, and if the words are not smooth, then things will not be done." Obviously, to make the old clothes recycling really play a role, the first is in the "right name", and the key to "recognition" lies in standard management. On the one hand, relevant practitioners can clarify the public welfare, environmental protection and commercial nature of old clothes recycling to the public, and timely disclose the whereabouts of recycled clothing, reshaping the public's trust in the old clothes recycling system. On the other hand, the use of used clothing for resource utilization is still in its infancy, and it is difficult to exert the best environmental benefits only by relying on the single-handedness of enterprises. It is necessary for relevant departments to stand in the perspective of social public welfare and introduce relevant policies to guide and standardize management. For example, recycling old clothes into the pilot work of collecting and collecting household wastes, and introducing certain policies to guide enterprises to regulate the establishment of old clothes recycling bins and to supervise the flow of used clothes. At the same time, severely punish violations of market regulations to stop disorderly competition between enterprises and regulate the market.
The public also needs to understand that the use of used clothing and the recycling of old clothes have certain commercial value. We can use the power of the market to make the old clothes recycling system lasting and sustainable in a low-cost and high-efficiency state. Therefore, for public welfare projects with commercial attributes, we should take a welcome attitude and look forward to its normative development.
Undoubtedly, resource utilization is the best way to deal with old clothes. It is reminiscent that the old clothes are both full of charity and commercial attributes. However, the righteousness can guarantee the "old" feelings of the clothing. We expect the practitioners and relevant departments to make their names as early as possible, and really let the project of "charity, environmental protection and resource reuse" be called a good one.