A recent New York Times article found that manufacturers had spent an estimated $15 billion on polyethylylene docked containers, which can be used in many industries from furniture to food packaging to electrical panels.
But the article also cited a report from the Consumer Federation of America that found that some companies, such as the company called S&T, were using them to store plastic bottles.
“They have no idea what’s in them,” the report’s author, Chris Gershman, told the Times.
“If you don’t know what’s inside it, how can you use it?”
A few months later, the Federal Trade Commission issued a similar warning to manufacturers, citing concerns about the potential for the chemicals to leach into the environment and end up in consumer products.
The agency also warned that plastic containers with polyethylethylene docked, as opposed to the more traditional plastic containers, could leach chemicals into the air.
“These containers are more likely to leech contaminants into the water, soil and groundwater,” the commission said.
A 2014 study by the American Chemistry Council, a trade group, found that polyethyl, as well as polyethylen and polypropylene, are “among the most commonly used plastics in the United States.”
They’re often used to make polystyrene, which is the same plastic used in food packaging and in many household goods, and are often used in the construction industry.
According to the report, more than a dozen different polymers were found in polyethyl polymers, which are made by using a process called extrusion.
That process is the method by which plastic is extruded into shape.
It involves extruding plastic into a plastic-filled mold and letting it cool for about two weeks.
But if that process isn’t done correctly, or if the plastic is not made to the same size as the mold it’s made for, the plastic can break down and leach plastic chemicals.
The most commonly leached chemicals, according to the CFC report, are hydrogen cyanide and methylmercury.
That’s because hydrogen cyanides, also known as cyanide gas, is a highly toxic form of cyanide, a naturally occurring gas that occurs naturally in the atmosphere.
When it forms in the air, it is released into the atmosphere as a cloud.
“Cyanide is a toxic gas, and it’s not even close to the level of cyanides that would be released from a nuclear reactor,” said Richard Pyle, a professor of chemistry and chemical engineering at New York University and a co-author of the CFA report.
A chemical reaction that causes the cyanide to be released is called a cyanide nitrate-catalyzed reaction, or CNT.
“Once you get to this point, the CNT is able to leached through the polymer,” Pyle said.
“It’s the same chemical that’s released as a chemical reaction at a nuclear plant.
That chemical reacts with a carbon source to form a carbon monoxide.
When you’re in a nuclear power plant, the reactions that take place there produce carbon monoxides.”
The CFC said the leached chemical can also be used to manufacture polyethylpropylene (PE), which is used in furniture, as a building material and in polyurethane foam insulation, as long as the polyethyline has been heated to a temperature of at least 595 degrees Fahrenheit.
“There’s no indication that any of these compounds are released during a thermal or chemical treatment process,” the CFEA report said.
According the report: Polyethylene is a synthetic polymer made from the hydroxypropyl group, and has been used for many decades in a wide variety of applications including the manufacture of many types of products.
Polyethylen is a naturally-occurring synthetic polymer that is made from ethylene glycol.
Polypropylene is a polymer made of polyethyleneglycol, a polyolefin.
Polyester, also called polyester acetate, is an elastic, non-stretchable, water-repellent and water-absorbing fabric, which has been known for more than 150 years.
Polystyrene is an acrylic-based polymer made by reacting hydroxyethyl cellulose with an acetylene ring.
The chemical reacts in a hydroxy acid reaction, producing an acid and water.
Polymerizers include nylon, polyethylas, polypropylsiloxane and polyurea.
Polymers have also been used in products like cell phone cases, handbags, toys and other products.
“We are very concerned about the impact of these chemicals on the environment, our health and our children’s health,” CFA President Richard Coyle said in a statement.
That warning includes a call for manufacturers to use