It is an environmentally destructive tool that is used to pack, pack and pack more and more into our pockets and purses every day.
The plastic bag is a staple in our everyday lives.
We carry it everywhere, from shopping bags to backpacks, bags to bags and bags and it has been used by millions of people over the years.
Its used for all sorts of things and it is used by many different groups.
Its been used to create packaging materials for the construction industry, as well as food and drink packaging, bags for storage of medical waste and bags for packaging of plastics.
But is its use a good thing?
Its environmental footprint is huge, according to a recent study by the US Department of Energy.
This study, published in the journal Energy & Environment, looked at the use of plastic bags by various countries and found that in the US alone, over 2.5 billion plastic bags were used.
There are also many other countries where they are used as packaging material, including Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, Malaysia and Thailand.
In fact, a recent report by the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) has found that over 70% of the world’s plastic waste is produced in China.
Its also estimated that over 50 million tonnes of plastic are used annually worldwide.
But its environmental impact is not the only issue.
It has been shown that the plastic bag contains the toxic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), or toxic chemicals that are responsible for a number of diseases and are linked to cancer and other diseases.
In addition, the plastic is used for many other uses including in the manufacture of consumer products such as clothes, toys, furniture, electronics and more.
But what is the biggest environmental impact?
According to the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), plastic bags can be used to make a total of over 4 billion plastic items each year.
These items can be found in bags for clothing, furniture and other items.
They can also be used in packaging, for example for food packaging.
In some cases, they can be mixed with water, to form a plastic-coated material called polystyrene.
This material can be disposed of in the trash or in a landfill, where it is often used for industrial purposes.
There is also the issue of how much waste is created and disposed of when the plastic comes into contact with the soil.
As these plastic items get in the way of soil, it is usually disposed of as waste and is not recycled.
The waste can then be used for other purposes such as building construction material, plastic bags and plastic food containers.
What do we know about its use?
Plastic bags are a product that has been widely used for a long time.
According to a survey by the American Association of Plastic Manufacturer and Recycling (AAPMR) and the American Society of Microbiology, over 1.5 million tonnes were used in the USA alone in 2000.
This number has risen to over 4 million tonnes in 2011.
According the APMR, this is about one-third of the amount of plastic used in use in China, where the number of plastic items per person was almost double.
In India, there is also a high prevalence of the use, as most of the country’s plastic items are produced from plastic bags.
According in India, about 70% is used in India.
The use of bags in India is also very high in the South East Asia region.
According for example, a study by Indian scientists has found out that almost one-fifth of the plastic used for packaging in the country is used.
The US study, however, found that the use is even higher in India than in China and the United States.
The study found that about 80% of plastic waste used for the manufacture in India was used for plastic bags, while 20% was used as waste.
What is the environmental impact of plastic?
The environmental impact comes in the form of water and land pollution.
According a study conducted by the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, the use and use by people of plastic is associated with the pollution of the river system in the region.
The scientists said that it is estimated that between 30 and 60 billion plastic pieces are used to produce plastic bags each year, and the plastic pieces can be reused in various industries.
In the area of waste management, plastic is also used to build up waste, especially in the building sector, where there are large numbers of people who do not have adequate sanitation.
In countries where it’s been used, such as India, its also associated with waste from landfills and also the landfilling of municipal waste.
This can also have environmental effects.
According one study by Greenpeace India, between 7.4 and 10 billion plastic bag are used in this country every year.
In order to reduce this waste, the governments of India, China, the United Kingdom, and others have