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Title:SODOBNE REŠITVE PRI UPORABI NAKUPOVALNIH VREČK
Authors:Zupanc, Simona (Author)
Senegačnik, Marjan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Zupanc_Simona_2016.pdf (1,82 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FOV - Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Kranj
Abstract:Diplomska naloga opisuje velik problem sodobne družbe - prenasičenost z odpadnimi plastičnimi vrečkami, ki zelo obremenjujejo okolje in potrebujejo izjemno veliko časa za razgradnjo. Naloga se ukvarja tudi z možnimi alternativnimi rešitvami za to pereče vprašanje. V prvem poglavju je predstavljena problematika plastične embalaže. Pri tem smo se predvsem osredotočili na problem plastičnih vrečk HDPE (polietilen visoke gostote- vrečke, katere se uporabljajo za sadje, zelenjavo in mesne izdelke in so brezplačne) in LPDE (polietilen nizke gostote- vrečke, katere so v prosti prodaji na blagajnah). Drugi del opisuje teoretične osnove plastične embalaže, materiale, iz katerih je sestavljena, njihov pomen za družbo in okolje ter vplive na okolje. Predstavljene so alternative plastični vrečki (papirnata, bombažna, trajna in biorazgradljiva vrečka). Tretji del je namenjem biorazgradljivi plastiki, s katero se vse pogosteje srečujemo v zadnjih letih. Opisane so glavne surovine za izdelavo teh vrečk. Obrazložene so tudi oznake, po katerih se kupec lahko prepriča o dejanski naravi materiala, iz katerega je vrečka narejena. V četrtem delu se osredotočimo na anketni del. Naše ugotovitve, zbrane na podlagi anonimne ankete, tudi obrazložimo. Peto poglavje je namenjeno raziskovalnemu delu, ki obsega opazovanje potrošnikovih navad ter lastno primerjavo primernosti različnih nakupovalnih vrečk.
Keywords:plastična embalaža, nakupovalne vrečke, trajne vrečke, biorazgradljive vrečke biorazgradljive vrečke biorazgradnja vpliv na okolje
Year of publishing:2016
Source:Maribor
COBISS_ID:7724307  Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:5XXGW069
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Language:English
Title:MODERN SOLUTIONS IN THE USE OF SHOPPING BAGS
Abstract:This diploma thesis deals with one of the biggest problems of modern society: the oversaturation of the environment with discarded plastic bags which are harmful and require a very long time to decompose naturally. The thesis also covers the possible alternatives regarding this serious issue. The first chapter describes the problem of plastic packaging. The focus is mainly on the problem of HDPE plastic bags (high-density polyethylene bags, which are provided free of charge to carry fruit, vegetables and meat) and LPDE plastic bags (low-density polyethylene bags, which are usually sold at cash registers). The second part describes theoretical grounds of plastic packaging, the materials from which it is made, its function in society and its impact on the environment. Alternatives to the plastic bag are also presented here (paper, cotton, long-term and biodegradable bags). The third part deals with biodegradable plastic, with which we are becoming increasingly more familiar with in the last few years. It describes the main raw materials for producing this type of packaging. It also explains the symbols which tell the consumer what materials the bag is made from. In the fourth part we focus on the opinion survey. Our findings based on the anonymous poll are explained here. We also explain our findings which were based on the anonymous poll. The fifth chapter deals with the research work, which entailed the observation of consumer habits and our own comparison of the appropriateness of various shopping bags.
Keywords:plastic packaging, shopping bags, durable bags, biodegradable bags, biodegradability, impact on the environment


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