What is plastic waste?

Plastics, especially plastic sheets, are being used as a cheap, disposable, disposable plastic, and have a wide range of applications in the economy.

The plastic we use in our daily lives is one of the most important environmental products.

The recycling process involves separating waste from recyclable materials and is the process by which plastics are recycled.

The world is now using about 50 million tonnes of plastic a year, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

There are also plastic bags and paper products.

Plastic recycling involves removing the plastic from the plastic, leaving behind an organic material, known as a biodegradable material, called a biocarbon.

The biocarb is then re-used in other uses.

Some of the biocarbons can be recycled into other plastics, including polyethylene, polypropylene and polystyrene, but plastic biocars are still the most commonly used plastic.

Plastic waste is used to make all sorts of things, from toys to plastic cups, paper bags, shopping bags, toys, toilet paper, food packaging, cosmetics, cosmetics containers, and other goods.

Plastic sheets are also used in a wide variety of industries, including food packaging and household goods.

The majority of plastic used in the global economy comes from China.

China’s plastic production and consumption is estimated to be between 10 and 20 billion tonnes a year.

However, the amount of plastic in the world is only about 1,400 tonnes a day, according the World Resources Institute.

Plastic is the main component of the plastic waste stream.

Waste that does not end up in landfills is sometimes thrown into oceans, where it can become plastic, according a report from the Pew Environment Group in 2015.