The plastic used to make plastic pots and containers can cause serious environmental problems.
A recent report from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration found plastic in the ocean in excess of 300 times the acceptable level.
According to a 2015 study, the amount of plastic in sea water has doubled over the last 50 years, and this trend has accelerated.
Plastic plants can cause pollution, like pollution from fishing nets.
The EPA estimates plastic waste is being released into the ocean and could be responsible for around 80 percent of the marine plastic pollution.
In a report from 2015, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Agency found plastic was the leading contributor to marine debris that clogged beaches, and it was a key contributor to ocean acidification.
But the environmental impact of plastic pollution has not been studied, according to a report by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
The agency has been working to identify the environmental impacts of plastic waste, and in 2016 it published a study of plastic that found it was “one of the leading contributors to marine and coastal erosion” in the U.S.
A 2014 study of the environmental effects of plastic found that, over the years, the use of plastic plastic was “a significant contributor to the increase in ocean acidity, which can increase the risk of marine mortality and mortality of marine life, and can increase runoff into the coastal waters.”
In the past decade, the number of plastic bags sold in the United States has more than tripled.
In 2016, the United Nations released a report that found more than 20 million plastic bags were being used in the oceans, which was a 30 percent increase over 2010.
The report found that plastic was responsible for an estimated 3.7 billion plastic bags used in a single year.
The US has some of the highest rates of plastic use in the world.
In the United Kingdom, plastic bags are more than three times the average value of a plastic bag used by people in the UK.
The United States also has the highest plastic waste rate in the developed world, according the Environmental Protection Authority.
According the agency, one billion pounds of plastic are being thrown away each year, and the number is increasing every year.
Plastic bags have been linked to over 2,000 deaths and 3,500 illnesses.
According to the US government, plastic is an “unnatural substance” that can be harmful to humans and wildlife.
The US Environmental Defense Fund estimates the estimated cost of plastic is $16.2 billion annually in the US.
The group is urging the US to phase out the use and disposal of plastic.