Posted January 15, 2019 04:31:58 There’s a growing number of people using plastic products like shower curtains and plastic bathtubs to make their homes more eco-friendly.
But a recent study by the Environmental Working Group found that just 1 percent of the materials in this category were used as a bathroom sealant.
The study, conducted by environmental advocacy group Friends of the Earth, looked at the use of different kinds of plastic products in the United States.
They found that the average use of plastic shower curtains was 4.3 pounds per year.
For plastic bathtub walls, the number was 6.2 pounds per person per year, and for shower curtains, it was 12.4 pounds per household per year (and that’s only for single-use items).
The study also looked at other types of toilet paper, measuring the average amount of waste generated per person by toilet paper used in the U.S. According to Friends of The Earth, toilet paper is one of the most common products used to seal toilet surfaces and the most commonly reused.
The EWG also found that toilet paper contains more plastic than other toilet products.
The EWG reported that a lot of this plastic ends up in the water supply.
The EWC study also found toilet paper to be the most environmentally friendly toilet paper of all.
According the EWG, the average toilet paper product used in a toilet is made from recycled material.
They added that toilet papers with a recycled content of 5 percent or higher can be recycled.
Another key study in the EWg report found that about two-thirds of all plastic used in products sold in the American market are either “single use” or “single-use only.”
The EWGs study said that these products contain between 4 and 15 percent plastic.
That’s the same percentage as a standard shower curtain, according to the EWGs.
The bottom line: Plastic products in bathrooms aren’t the only waste product that’s causing an environmental problem.
The EWC report said that plastic in the bathroom, in general, can have a wide range of uses.
For example, plastic is used to make bath mats, bathroom sinks, and shower curtains.
The use of bathroom toilet paper also contributes to a wide variety of other environmental problems.