The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released a report outlining the largest public health threats to U.A.E. plastics and other plastics from plastic storage facilities in the U.M.
S Bay of Fundy region.
While the report doesn’t provide a list of all the plastic sources, it does list some of the most common sources, including food waste and pet food.
In addition to the public health risks associated with the plastic and plastic related products, the report also highlighted some of its other concerns.
Among the items that were cited as the most dangerous are plastic bags, containers and plastic grocery bags.
The report found that the U-M.s Bay of Fort Myers region is the source of more than 50 million tons of plastic waste each year.
The largest source of plastic plastic waste is from the pet food industry, the USDA report said.
While pet food is typically a source of food waste, it can also cause serious problems in terms of the environment and health.
According to the USDA, pet food waste can result in the release of a number of toxic chemicals into the environment, including benzene, methylene chloride, hexachlorocyclohexane, formaldehyde and methylene glycol.
The pet food can also increase the risk of respiratory diseases, cancer, birth defects and other problems.
The Department of Justice also released a study in March that found pet food contamination from pet food manufacturing facilities has increased from 4,000 cases per year in 2005 to more than 100,000 in 2017.