Plastic recycling is a big deal in the US.

For decades, the country has had a tradition of turning plastic in to plastic bottles, which were then recycled into other materials.

But the problem with the process is that most of the time the plastic is in poor condition.

Some recycling centers in the city of Portland, Oregon, are turning plastic into plastic bottles in a process called composting.

Some of the plastic bottles end up in landfill and some end up at a recycling center in the nearby city of Salem, Oregon.

There, they’re turned into plastic waste.

The problem is that plastic waste is extremely difficult to recycle, and most of it ends up in landfills.

There are now thousands of plastic bottles out there in Portland and across the country, with thousands of more to be found.

The plastic bottles used to be used in a lot of different places, but they’ve been becoming more and more common in recent years.

In 2012, the US spent $7 billion on plastic waste, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The number of plastic waste generated by American households increased by a whopping 4 percent between 2011 and 2012, according the EPA.

So what does it take to recycle plastic?

The problem with plastic is that it’s not recyclable, meaning that it cannot be reused.

Instead, it’s put into a landfill where it can remain for decades.

It also means that it has a tendency to degrade in the environment, leading to health concerns.

So when you think about recycling plastic, you need to think about it in the context of its environment, said Lisa Pintz, a spokesperson for the Plastic Waste Association, a non-profit organisation that advocates for the sustainability of waste and recycling.

In addition, many plastic products are in a class by themselves, and it’s easy to get caught in the process.

“A lot of plastic, particularly the plastic in our shoes, is going into landfilling,” Pintlz said.

“So we’re actually using more plastic than we need to, and we’re putting a lot more plastic into landfill than we should.”

Plastic bags are also one of the worst offenders in the recycling process.

When you throw them in the trash, they end up just sitting there, Pints said.

Many of them end up on the bottom of the ocean.

Plastic bags can also end up getting in the way of people using recycling bins, which can be a real issue.

A 2013 study by researchers at Indiana University found that people who were using recycling bin bins to dispose of plastic bags were five times more likely to end up with plastic than people who weren’t.

The study also found that, despite the increased recycling rates, recycling bins are still not as effective as they could be, as a plastic bag is still a large part of the waste generated.

Pinty said that many people are still unaware that the waste they put in their recycling bin has a much longer shelf life.

“People don’t realise how quickly plastic bags degrade,” she said.

“[They] don’t think about that when they’re using the bin and [they’re] throwing the plastic bag into the recycling bin.”

She also said that there are other problems with recycling plastic.

People who are recycling plastic can also get a bit sick, which is one of Pinth’s biggest concerns.

According to Pinta, the main thing people need to understand is that the vast majority of the plastics in our landfines are from plastic bags.

“That’s why it’s so hard to recycle [the plastics], and they end back into landfill and are released into the environment,” she added.

“There’s also this issue with the recycling of bottles.”

Pintj said that most plastics in the landfill will end up as landfill debris.

“We’re trying to get rid of the landfrill by recycling bottles,” she explained.

“But we also need to be able to dispose [of plastic] safely.”

Pints also has concerns about recycling bins.

“The plastic in plastic bins is not going to go anywhere,” she warned.

“And the plastic bins in Portland are not going anywhere.

It’s a big problem.”

The Waste Industry Association (WIA), which advocates for recycling, estimates that plastic bottles account for just 1 percent of all the waste produced by the US economy.

“With the rise of disposable and home-made products and services, there is a lot less disposable and more disposable that is being recycled,” said Jennifer Hargrove, the WIA’s director of sustainability and consumer protection.

“What we’re seeing is the increasing use of [recycling] bins and plastic containers in place of more durable and reusable materials.”

Pinstz said that recycling bins in the local area are actually a great way to reduce the number of disposable items in our communities.

The Waste Industries Association (IWA) estimates that about half of the US

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