People in modern society have been accustomed to the throw-away life for a long time. A disposable product is a product designed for cheapness and short-term use. It includes paper products, shopping bags, water bottles, food packaging and plastic cutlery. Annually, about 45 billion pairs of disposable chopsticks are produced in China, consuming 25 million of trees and bamboo plants; meanwhile, as world’s highest forest coverage nation, Japan imports 25 billion pairs of disposable chopsticks from China every year. (Q, Y, YU, 1999) Disposable products are brought by commercial benefits and expend their effects all over the world.