creepy plastic, doesn't grow on trees
creepy plastic, don't use what you do not need
creepy plastic, when there is glass to use
creepy plastic, listen to the emus
the emus down in Australia and the kangaroos
are saying don't use
creepy plastic, its ecological abuse
it’s making the world hotter, and uglier everyday
creepy plastic, no way, no way
creepy plastic, it's so creepy it's gross
so gross my friend you know
clogging up the biosphere,
can't you hear, the creatures say
creepy plastic, it's the creepiest
creepy plastic, anti fantastic, amen
ask anyone scholastic what's going to happen in the future
they'll say hey, no, no way we don't need so much plastic,
ask a turtle in the sea, ask a shark and he will tell you
he want's to swim free in a sea without creepy plastic,
creepy plastic, worse than holloween and all those horror movies you have seen
it's the real thing it's killing so many things oh,
creepy plastic, have a heart bring your reusable things,
don't get those throw away things
it's creeping everybody out, and they are not just looking sad
and they are not just feeling bad
their going down, dead dead
Creepy Plastic /stele c12
Reducing Plastic Abuse Resources:
NRDC : What A Jelly Bean Can Teach Us About Protecting The Environment
According to research released last month in the journal Science, 8 MILLION TONS of plastic waste makes its way into our oceans every year (based on 2010 numbers). That’s the equivalent of five plastic grocery bags for every foot of coastline on Earth.
11 easy ways to reduce your plastic waste today
1. Bring your own shopping bag
2. Stop buying bottled water
3. Bring your own thermos to the coffee shop
4. Choose cardboard over plastic bottles and bags
5. Say no to straws
6. Get the plastic off your face
7. Skip the disposable razor
8. Switch from disposable diapers to cloth
9. Make your period waste-free
10. Re-think your food storage
11. Shop in bulk
For many households, the majority of plastic waste is generated in the kitchen. So one of the best ways to reduce the packaging waste madness is to bring your own bags and containers and stock up on bulk foods. Shopping with jars is a great option, and keep your eye out for brands with refilling stations, like Ariston oils and Common Good cleaners.
Sierra Club : Repurpose or Recycle? Know Your Plastic! via
The "chasing arrows'" symbol is not a sign that a material is recyclable, it only denotes products that are plastic.
EPA : Wastes - Resource Conservation - Common Wastes and Materials
33 million tons of plastic waste were generated in 2013, representing 12.8 percent of total MSW.
In 2013, the United States generated about 14 million tons of plastics as containers and packaging, about 12 million tons as durable goods such as appliances, and almost 7 million tons as nondurable goods, such as plates and cups.
Only 9 percent of the total plastic waste generated in 2013 was recovered for recycling.
In 2013, the category of plastics which includes bags, sacks, and wraps was recycled at almost 14 percent.
Plastics also are found in automobiles, but recycling of these materials is counted separately from the MSW recycling rate.
Sierra Club : Plastic Food Containers That Are Good To Reuse
Sierra Club Angeles Chapter : Living the plastics-free life
Short of adopting a Tarzan-like jungle existence, it’s probably impossible to completely eliminate plastics from modern day life, but with a little digging and shopping savvy, you can enlarge that dent in your plastics consumption. The Angeles Chapter has some ideas that may inspire you.
Sierra Club Rhode Island Chapter : Outings Journal: Bottles and Bogs / Ban the Bag, and Bottle, and Styrofoam Cup
... the nature of the most frequently littered items - plastic bags, plastic bottles, and Styrofoam cups - make it impossible to collect every piece. Anyone who has participated in a cleanup knows that plastic bags and plastic bottles do not remain plastic bags and plastic bottles once set loose in nature. Nature, as it does with so many other materials, breaks the bags and bottles down into smaller and smaller pieces. This means that instead of simply picking up a bottle and placing it in a garbage bag, one must pick up many small fragments of a bottle greatly increasing the chance that many pieces will be missed...
NRDC : Court clears way for California's listing of BPA as a reproductive hazard
In addition to reproductive harm, BPA has been linked to a broad array of health effects, including altered brain development, behavioral changes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. There is a steady stream of new science on BPA, and the vast majority of it continues to find evidence of harm.
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