When you’re disposing of plastic waste, take care to avoid putting plastic bags into the trash.
That’s because they can cause health problems.
The Associated Press has found some plastic bags can cause more problems than others.
Here are the best plastic bag disposal methods:The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says plastic bags are an environmental hazard and have been linked to cancer, heart disease, asthma and diabetes.
You can avoid the plastic bags by storing them in a plastic bag or in a baggie bag.
But you can’t put plastic bags in trash containers, garbage cans or plastic bags that aren’t labeled.
The American Chemistry Council says plastic can be hazardous to your health and can cause cancer.
You should wash your hands thoroughly before handling plastic.
You also should avoid putting any kind of plastic in your mouth, nose and eyes.
The National Toxicology Program says plastic is not a safe material for use in cosmetics.
It can also cause allergic reactions and damage the respiratory tract.
The FDA says there’s no safe amount of plastic.
If you don’t want to dispose of the plastic in a waste treatment facility, it should be disposed in a landfill.
If you’re concerned about plastic bags, you should get more information from your health care provider.