The Harm of Burning Wheat Straw
Jul 29,2022 | shopwithgreen
As we all know, Wheat straw is the stalk left over after wheat grains are harvested. In recent years, in many wheat growing areas, after the wheat is harvested, we can see that there will be many round or square objects in the field. After walking in, you will know that it turns out to be wheat straw. Traditionally, it has been treated as a waste. Burning wheat straw easily causes air and environmental pollution,
- Harm the atmospheric environment. Wheat stalks contain various trace elements, which are prone to produce various compounds and a large amount of dust flotsam during incineration, causing serious harm to the quality of the atmospheric environment.
- There is a large fire hazard. Since wheat is planted in a large area, and there are many villages and forests around the wheat fields, when burning straw, if the fire is not well controlled, it is very easy to cause fires.
- It poses a huge hidden danger to traffic safety. When we are driving on the highway, the speed of the car is very fast. If there is straw burning around the highway, it is very easy to form a smoke belt that blocks the view on the highway, which is especially easy to cause traffic accidents. Traffic accidents are not uncommon.
- Destruction of soil structure. Although burning straw in the field can increase soil fertility, the high temperature generated by straw burning can also easily destroy the organic matter in the soil, resulting in soil compaction and affecting crop growth.
So we recycle this material and use it to make our wheat straw dinnerware.