The plastic waste crisis is a major issue in Ireland and has become a serious issue in other countries as well.
In the past three years, the country’s waste management agency has been hit by a huge influx of plastic, mostly from plastic bags and bags of any kind.
The waste is now estimated to be worth €15 billion in Ireland.
It is a problem that is expected to worsen in the coming years as the country attempts to reduce waste through a programme to recycle and compost the waste.
Ireland has one of the world’s largest waste management systems.
It collects, transports and distributes plastic bags from supermarkets and other businesses and then stores them in a warehouse where they can be recycled.
The bags are then sent to waste collection centres and incinerated.
A spokesperson for the agency said that since its inception in 2004, the agency has recycled and composted approximately 11 million tonnes of plastic.
The Waste Management Authority of Ireland has recently launched a plan to recycle plastic bags, and the aim is to recycle more than 90% of the plastic in Ireland by 2020.
The Irish Waste Management Agency (IWMA) has said that this is a significant challenge, as the majority of the bags are still in the same place and are being thrown away.
The issue of plastic waste is one of many that has emerged in recent years, including a major problem in the construction industry.
There have also been large-scale plastic manufacturing operations, particularly in Asia, which have caused serious environmental problems.
The new plan to use plastics for recycling and composting is aimed at the construction sector, where a large number of construction sites are located.
In April, the Irish Environment Protection Agency (IEPA) reported that nearly 1,500 factories are currently using plastic bags to recycle waste.
The company responsible for packaging, Haggis, has warned that the waste could end up in landfill.
In a statement, the company said that it is working closely with IWMA and other agencies to create a sustainable recycling programme.
“We are taking concrete steps to reduce the number of plastic bags being sent to landfill and are currently working with IWMA to ensure that this does not happen again in the near future,” it said.
The firm added that it will continue to work with the IWMMA and its partners to reduce plastic waste in Ireland through a range of initiatives.