Why are we so addicted to plastic?

Pedicures have become a hot topic of conversation these days as people everywhere are looking for ways to make the most of their time.

But is it just about plastic?

Or is there more to this than meets the eye?

In this series of articles, Mashable takes a closer look at the science behind the plastic epidemic, and reveals why this obsession has grown so out of control.

What is the problem?

As many people know, plastic is an abundant, cheap and abundant material.

The world consumes enough of it to fill nearly a billion cars.

Plastic is everywhere.

It’s used in a variety of ways, and many are sold in stores and restaurants for a hefty profit.

But it’s not all plastic.

Some types of plastic are recyclable and can be recycled.

But it’s often harder to recycle the most common types, including polycarbonate and polyethylene.

These are the materials that make up our daily paper and plastic bags.

Most plastics are made from polypropylene (polypropylene), which is a plastic used in everything from car seats to plastic bags to plastic bottles.

When you throw away a plastic bottle, you get a new one.

But what happens when you throw it away and you never throw it back?

That plastic is broken down into its constituent parts, like polypropene, polystyrene, polymethyl methacrylate and polyvinyl chloride.

When these broken down pieces of plastic get exposed to the air, they release chemicals that can cause illness and disease.

And these chemicals can be passed from person to person, even when the person who throws it away has not inhaled them.

These broken down plastics can leach into the air.

And they can then cause illness.

The US Environmental Protection Agency says the main causes of exposure to toxic chemicals in the environment are the manufacturing, processing, and disposal of plastics.

And plastic can also be ingested by children, which is why people need to be careful about where they put their kids’ toys and furniture.

What are the solutions?

A growing number of people are starting to see the potential of these chemicals as a solution to our plastics woes.

People are looking to replace their plastic bottles and plastic toys with natural alternatives, like recycled or compostable plastic bags and plastic-free plastic cups.

In the United States, the number of plastic bags sold each year is more than 30 million, according to the American Chemistry Council.

The majority of these bags are made by the United Nations and other countries, but they’re also sold in many grocery stores, including Walmart, Target and Whole Foods.

Some of these plastic bags are also used to make toys and games.

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFP) estimates that as many as 70 percent of all plastics used in the US come from foreign sources.

Some plastic used to build our cars and other products is also sourced from countries where the plastics are manufactured.

But these foreign sources are often in countries that have poor environmental records and where pollution can be more easily controlled.

How can we get rid of plastic?

Some companies are starting a revolution to clean up their supply chains.

The United States has seen a significant increase in recycling and composting in recent years.

This means that instead of sending bags of plastic to landfills, we’re actually taking the plastic out of landfilling and compost it ourselves.

This process reduces the waste in our landfill and can help reduce plastic waste.

The United States also has an initiative to eliminate plastic from our waterways.

This year, the US Coast Guard has started the Plastic Action Plan.

The goal is to reduce plastic in waterways by 40 percent by 2020, and it’s expected that this will lead to an additional reduction of plastic in our oceans.

But there’s also the potential to reduce our dependence on plastic.

One study shows that plastic is now the third largest source of carbon dioxide emissions after natural gas and coal, with approximately 25 percent of the total emissions from the production of plastic products.

These plastics are also a major contributor to global warming, according the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

What can we do about it?

While there are a number of options available, one of the most promising is the creation of a plastic-recycling network.

The World Wide Web was created to make this kind of thing easy, but the network is also full of scams and fake organizations promising to help you reduce your plastic use.

But a growing number are starting real plastic-removal programs and using these programs as a tool to clean their supply chain.

The first such program in the United Kingdom started as a way to make plastic more accessible.

The idea is that by recycling plastic in its most basic form, the waste will be reused.

But then the recyclers are allowed to sell recycled plastic back to the retailers, who are then able to sell more of the recycled plastic back into the