The Spanish government is encouraging people to recycle plastic bags, but the idea is being met with resistance from some, with some Spanish residents claiming the plastic is just a cheap and easy way to get rid of trash.

The country’s recycling agency, the Ministry of the Environment, has estimated that a recycling of 500 plastic bags costs around €5 ($6.50).

But that does not include the cost of the bag itself, which is the main concern.

In Spain, people typically recycle the plastic bag and the recycling materials inside it, while the plastic itself is sent to the landfill, where it is treated with chemicals and sent to be recycled.

“We have been working for some years to eliminate plastic waste in Spain, but we are having to do this through different strategies,” said José Ignacio Garcia, the director of the Spanish recycling agency.

“It has become a national problem.

The recycling system has become so inefficient that there are no good solutions to it.”

A typical plastic bag that’s currently being recycled in Spain is made of two pieces, one with the name “Gran” and one with “Vídeo,” the Spanish word for “big.”

The “V” is the name of a big company that makes plastic bags.

When they’re cut open, the contents are made of plastic.

A small plastic bag is made out of two plastic pieces and the same as the original.

These pieces are separated by the same process that makes them into the plastic bags that are currently being discarded.

After they’re processed, the bag is washed and then the two pieces are put back together.

“There are also some products, like toilet paper and water, that are very plastic and can cause problems,” said Ignacio García.

A bag with “Español” (Spanish) written on the back is considered “unrecyclable,” according to the recycling agency’s data.

A plastic bag with an image of a woman holding a baby and a message “Do not reuse this product” is not recyclable.

However, a plastic bag made out the same way as the “G” and “V,” which would normally be recycled, is recyclably labeled.

“A lot of people don’t understand that a plastic product can have a different name, depending on the material used and the manufacturer,” said Garcia.

“You can have the same plastic bag for different things.

That’s how a lot of things are made.”

A plastic bottle, for example, is made from two plastic parts: the top and the bottom.

The bottoms have the name on them, while a “G,” which is usually the “V.”

The bottomes are then separated by an opening.

When the bottle is opened, the plastic parts are separated.

If the plastic part has a label with “Mozambique” written on it, the “E” is made with a “M” and a “Z” is written on both sides of it.

The “E,” which usually is made in China, is a common name for a plastic bottle.

The bottles that are labeled with “Made in Mexico” or “Made from Mexico” are made with “made in” labels and can be recycled at a recycling plant.

The waste that is being collected can be sent to a recycling facility or sold, but most recycling facilities refuse to accept it.

“Many people think that the only way to dispose of plastic is to throw it away, but this is not true,” said García, who has worked with a recycling company in Mexico.

“Some plastic can be reused in the market and can still be used.

It’s a waste of money, so it’s important that we all do our part to recycle.”

Some plastic bags are even considered recyclables, but they are not recycling products, said Ignaces Garcia.

These plastic bags can be used for cooking, but people who throw them away often end up wasting a lot more plastic than if they were recycled.

According to the Spanish government, Spain has a waste reduction strategy that involves recycling about 70 percent of all the plastic used in Spain.

The amount of plastic waste generated in Spain by the recycling of plastic bags and plastic items is a lot less than the waste generated by all the other countries that have implemented recycling policies in the past decade, according to a report from the European Commission.

The EU has a plan called the “European Waste Reduction Strategy,” which was initiated in 2013.

The European Union’s Waste Reduction Programme is a global initiative aimed at reducing the amount of waste generated worldwide.

It has so far succeeded in reducing waste generated from plastic bags by 80 percent, according the European Waste Reduction Plan website.

“This is a good step forward, but I am worried about the impact of recycling on our environment,” said Pablo Gómez, director of Ecoanalité, a Spanish recycling company that recycles plastic bags in Madrid. “If we

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