It’s plastic.

It’s everywhere.

It makes up more than half of all human waste and contributes to environmental degradation.

And yet, in this country, plastic is a taboo subject.

It can be a stumbling block, a source of frustration, or a cause of tension, and yet no one ever says anything.

This, of course, is a huge problem, especially for those of us living in rural and urban settings, where it’s hard to find a place to live, shop, and get groceries without some kind of plastic.

Plastic can be used for a variety of reasons, from aesthetic reasons to to to protect the environment.

But it can also be harmful.

The question is: what should we do about plastic?

In the US, more than 100,000 plastic bottles are recycled every day, according to a 2016 study by the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP).

The number of plastic bottles in the country has increased from just over 400,000 in 2015 to nearly 4 million in 2017, according the US Environmental Protection Agency.

And while there is still a huge amount of plastic waste out there, recycling is becoming more of a priority.

In 2017, the US spent $10 billion on recycling.

And with plastic packaging now becoming the dominant form of packaging, many countries are looking to get rid of it altogether.

Plastic is everywhere.

In some places, plastic can be as big a problem as tobacco.

In China, it is the biggest environmental problem, causing more than 7 million tons of CO2 emissions annually, according a 2016 report by the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Plastic bottles are a common source of litter.

As a plastic-filled bottle becomes more common, it’s also becoming harder to clean up.

Plastic trash can cause significant problems for wildlife, as well.

In 2014, scientists found that plastic litter on beaches in China, Laos, and Thailand contributed to the deaths of endangered marine animals.

According to the United Nations Environment Program, plastic pollution is estimated to be responsible for a significant part of the global CO2 pollution caused by deforestation and other forms of human activity.

A recent study found that up to 90 percent of plastic in the oceans and seas is coming from landfills.

And the US alone generates more plastic than any other country.

The problem is growing.

As the World Bank recently warned, there are more plastic bottles than fish, fish carcasses, and landfishes combined.

According for the Environmental Protection Administration, the number of tonnes of plastic produced annually has increased by more than 60 percent over the last decade.

As we’re all well aware, plastic containers are now the single biggest source of plastic pollution in the US.

And according to the US Geological Survey, more and more people are using plastic bags and other containers, which can be extremely dangerous.

But we have a lot of solutions for this issue.

First, we should do something about plastic packaging.

While recycling is the most obvious way to get out of plastic, plastic bottles also contribute to pollution.

Plastic bottle recycling programs can reduce the amount of waste and reduce the risk of environmental damage from plastics in our society.

And in many areas, plastic bags can also help clean up plastic pollution.

For example, the Environmental Defense Fund, an environmental organization based in New York City, uses reusable plastic bags to clean out litter and trash in New Jersey.

The program is designed to help clean the state up and eliminate plastic litter from beaches.

The bag has a lid that will seal in air and allow it to leak out.

As well, the bags are reusable, and the bags can be reused, recycled, and reused again.

It also has a large catch for recycling, which means that they can be stored for up to 30 years and then recycled.

And unlike plastic bottles, plastic bag recycling is not limited to the landfill.

Plastic bag recycling programs are available in every major city, including New York, and other cities around the world are also expanding plastic bag programs.

And it’s not just recycling that can help reduce plastic waste.

The Environmental Protection Act of 1970 states that we must “take all feasible measures” to reduce plastic pollution by 2030.

And there are many ways that we can help with this.

For instance, we can take measures to reduce the use of plastic bags in our homes.

While we can certainly avoid plastic bags altogether, if we want to, we need to do something to reduce litter and plastic waste in our own homes.

The US has more plastic bags than any country in the world, according To the Environmental Defence Fund, which uses recycled plastic bags, the United States produces an average of 30 tons of plastic litter every day.

And a recent study from the US government found that there are over 2.3 million plastic bag packaging spills and leaks per year in the United Kingdom alone.

It is estimated that plastic bag litter causes the equivalent of nearly 7,000 deaths annually.

And more plastic is coming into the country.

Last year, more plastic was imported into the United State from