Clarissa Bancroft plastic, 2018-03-31 14:37:10. And that's not everything. Plastic is not healthy for any living creature, including humans. Let's take for example plastic bottles. They are one of the top ten types of waste polluting beaches (in Australia and all around the world). Most of them contain Polychlorinated Biphenyls, known as PCB. PCBs have been found even in plankton - the lowest level of the marine food chain. Do you love sea food? On top of this, plastic bottles are designed for one time use. You may think that using the same bottle multiple times helps fighting plastic pollution but be aware that doing it can be harmful to your ownhealth. There are scientific proofs that glass bottles are much better containers to keep beverages (including water). In time, plastic bottles extract certain chemicals and substances which are toxic and definitely not good for anybody. Do you know what happens if you burn plastic? The smell itself can give you a clue and so on and so on.
Henny Meena plastic, 2018-03-31 14:20:14. Plastics are largely used for packaging and because they have a relatively short life span (they tend to be thrown away as soon as their contents are used), they represent a major waste problem. They are also generally non-degradable which means they can take a long time to decompose and break down. Landfill sites require more and more space due to the amount of plastic being disposed of and this is an area of concern, particularly as around 80% of plastic is disposed of in landfill sites with less than 10% currently being recycled (Environment Agency Report 2001).
Ivona Gita plastic, 2018-03-30 23:39:55. * Cost: The cost to buy, cut, and attach plastic vapor barriers can be much higher than simply applying a concrete sealer or waterproof paint.
Anushka Banister plastic, 2018-03-30 22:40:04. While most plastic surgeons will outline the risks of having an elective surgical procedure performed, very few tend to speak directly to the issues regarding safety and post operative complications. Often, a surgeon will make a general statement regarding the risks of surgery, such as, "All surgery carries risks which includes, bleeding, infection, difficulty breathing, swelling, clotting, and other illnesses in a small percentage of patients," and then move directly into talking about the benefits of the procedure. Patients need to inform themselves of the actual risks associated with cosmetic surgical procedures, especially the risk of a stroke or cerebral vascular accident (CVA). As a physician, I understand that there is no value in frightening our patients without cause. Yet I still firmly believe that patients should never be too quick to decide on an elective surgical procedure without fully realizing the potential for devastating complications.