Plastic bags, straws, disposable plastic cups, foam boxes, plastic bottled water… are mainly recycled from used plastic products, some chemicals found in these plastic products such as: Plasticizers, dyes, lead, cadmium … will be released into food, then absorbed into the human body through the process of use. These chemicals accumulated for a long time can cause cancer, adversely affect brain development in children, change tissues, change chromosomes, miscarriage, birth defects, hormonal changes. and many other consequences for human health.|Bisphenol-A (BPA) is a man-made chemical used in the production of polycarbonate plastic products such as food containers, baby bottles, toys, etc. According to the National Program on Toxicology and Research, The International Agency for Research on Cancer shows that BPA is a highly carcinogenic substance, in addition, BPA also has the effect of slowing brain development, causing endocrine disorders, infertility ..|Burning plastic and nylon waste poses a danger to public health:|Due to the increasing demand for use, the amount of plastic waste and plastic bags discharged into the environment is increasing, while the management, collection and treatment of garbage is not timely, so the phenomenon of burning plastic waste and bags Nylon is also very popular. When burned in the environment, it will produce many toxic gases, including dioxins and furans, which are extremely toxic substances that can cause breathing difficulties, affect endocrine glands, reduce immunity, and dysfunction digestion… Especially there is a risk of cancer when exposed regularly.