How to avoid plastic in your swimming pool

The Australian Financial Report has been tracking the progress of plastic pollution and what it means for our health.

Today, we’ve highlighted what you need to know to keep your pool safe and comfortable.

A report published by the Australian Research Council, a government-funded research body, suggests that swimming pools and play areas are a key source of plastic debris.

The report recommends using a filter, placing plastic bags or bags of sand or gravel in the pool, and placing plastic in the water.

But the research also says that more needs to be done.

The key findings The research says plastic pollution is a key cause of adverse health outcomes.

It also suggests that it’s important to look at how plastic is being recycled and recycled correctly.

The research suggests that plastic bags, plastic bags of water and plastic water bottles can cause a number of adverse impacts.

The paper suggests that the problem lies in how we reuse plastic in our homes.

A lot of plastic waste is being reused for household purposes.

A survey conducted by the University of Adelaide found that over half of all plastic waste collected in Australia comes from the home.

This is because household waste is the largest source of disposable income in Australia.

It’s also the most likely source of waste being discarded in landfill.

Plastic waste is often dumped into the ocean.

The amount of plastic that ends up in the ocean is thought to be around 1,500 times greater than the amount of waste generated by landfills.

It is estimated that around two million tonnes of plastic goes to landfill each year.

In the report, the research found that people in Queensland and Victoria are responsible for about 90 per cent of the plastic pollution in Australia and that these states account for over half the plastic that’s disposed in landfill across Australia.

The study also found that plastic pollution was linked to an increase in skin cancer.

In Victoria, the rate of skin cancer was 10 per cent higher than the rate in the rest of Australia.

Research has shown that the levels of exposure to plastic pollution are associated with increased skin cancer rates.

These levels are also significantly higher than those in children.

A study conducted by researchers at the University.

of Adelaide suggests that there are many other factors that can contribute to plastic in a pool, including the type of pool and the location of the pool.

In a study, the researchers found that swimming pool surfaces and the surrounding environment, such as the pool itself, could affect the rate at which plastic is absorbed into the pool and into the water, according to the research.

The findings from the research were published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.

The researchers said that this was because the amount and quality of plastic particles in a water sample can have an impact on the concentration of contaminants in the sample.

They also found the amount that was absorbed was different between different pools and locations.

It was also found when people were exposed to water with high levels of plastic in it, the particles contained more chemicals.

There are also many other health effects associated with plastic that have not yet been adequately investigated.

Some of these include allergic reactions, lung damage and cancer, according the research published in Environmental Health.

The Australian Research Centre has also found some other negative health effects that can occur from using plastic water products.

A paper published by scientists from the University and published in a recent study by the Department of Environmental Studies at the Australian National University.

found that the effects of plastic on people’s skin were similar to the effects on animals.

It found that children who were exposed during the summer months to the highest levels of water pollution in the world could have a more difficult time with their skin than people who were not exposed to the pollution.

The University of Sydney also found higher levels of bacteria in water samples from people who swam in pools with high concentrations of plastic.

A second study from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has found that there were many health effects linked to plastic, including cancer.

It has also linked these to the amount the human body absorbs.

These are known as microplastics.

The first study was done in the late 1980s, and the researchers reported that the health effects of the microplastic particles were linked to a number different outcomes.

These included increased risk of cancer, increased risk for cardiovascular disease, decreased life expectancy and decreased birth weight.

Another study published in 2018 found that when the amount a person ingested of a particular plastic material was compared with the amount they absorbed through their body, the concentration in the body of that material was significantly higher.

This indicates that people who ingested more plastic were more likely to absorb more of that substance.

These findings were supported by a study published last year by the researchers at New Zealand’s University of Otago.

The Otago study was published in Nature Communications.

The authors found that microplastomers were found to increase in concentrations when people drank water from high concentrations.

They found that high concentrations were associated with an increase of a number cancer-causing chemicals, such a benzene-like compound called benzocaine, and poly