By now you probably know about the importance of recycling.
And yet, there’s still a great deal of room for improvement.
As of 2016, more than 50% of U.S. households were not recycling their disposable products.
That means the amount of plastic, paper and cardboard they toss away is growing exponentially.
The issue is compounded by a growing trend of plastic and wood being used in construction and other manufacturing industries.
According to the American Institute of Architects, this year alone, plastic materials were used in 9% of new building projects and 10% of construction equipment, according to a recent study by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
And plastic is being used to build and protect buildings.
Plastic is the second most prevalent material used in building, behind cement.
It’s also found in furniture and other products, like furniture and furniture packaging.
And when it comes to materials used in plastics manufacturing, the U.K. and Germany are the leading producers, according a 2016 report by the UESP.
The European Union’s directive for the use of bio-plastic in construction materials stipulates that all concrete and steel buildings are to be made from bio-compost.
While there’s no official data on the use and distribution of this type of waste, experts estimate that more than half of the material used is used for bio-fuel production.
And since it’s produced with natural materials, it’s highly recyclable, meaning that its also good for the environment.
And while the EU directive specifically requires that all bio-fuels produced be composted and composted waste is to be disposed of in a manner that does not pollute the environment, the waste itself doesn’t have to be recycled.
However, some cities in the U., including New York City and Washington, D.C., are looking into implementing more eco-friendly building practices.
In fact, the City Council of New York voted unanimously on Tuesday to implement the EcoBuild program, which aims to help build stronger communities through the use, reuse, and recycling of sustainable building materials.
According the Ecobuild program, building materials can be recycled to provide energy for energy efficient heating and cooling systems, and for use in homes.
The program will be rolled out throughout New York’s boroughs and surrounding communities, as well as throughout the citywide Green Building Initiative.
The plan will also encourage homeowners to create their own bio-friendly designs to provide a unique aesthetic to their homes.
For the first time in New York, New York Building Council President Linda Tosi says the city is already starting to see positive results from the program.
“The first thing that’s really positive is that the number of projects that have been built has gone up dramatically, from 5 to 30,000, and that number is growing,” Tosi said.
“And it’s not just because of the materials that are being recycled, but the fact that the materials are being used for a really, really good reason.”
The program aims to provide green building materials to residents who are already building and, ultimately, the city’s economy.
The City Council is also making a concerted effort to create a “green city” by promoting green transportation and environmental initiatives, such as recycling materials and reducing waste.
In 2016, the council announced a goal of building 1,000 green-powered, low-emission vehicles by 2020.
As the number one source of carbon emissions in New Jersey, the State’s largest city, it was an important step to reduce the citys greenhouse gas emissions and create a sustainable transportation and environment.
In addition to the EcoBuilding program, the Council is working on a number of green building initiatives.
These include creating a pilot program for homeowners to design and build a solar-powered “bicycle park” that can reduce emissions, as the council did with its SolarCity program.
The council also recently launched the Green Builders Initiative, which is an effort to promote sustainable building practices and build green jobs through apprenticeships.
And the council also introduced a new Green Building Challenge that encourages residents to participate in “green building” projects.