When Plastic Barrel Dumper Fails to Rescue Plastic Bottles

Plastic barrels are no longer as common as they used to be, but they’re still the most common plastic container in use.

That’s thanks in large part to a series of disasters that have resulted in the dumping of plastic barrels and other similar products at homes, parks, and other places.

Plastic barrels used to have an extremely high risk of spilling and bursting.

That risk has dropped in recent years, however, because of a series the US Coast Guard has been trying to tackle.

The agency has been putting plastic barrels on boats for years, but there’s been a major uptick in incidents in recent months, and the agency has a plan to reduce the risk.

The new plan was announced this week by the Department of Homeland Security, and it will include an “aerial collection system” to remove plastic barrels from the water and use them for reuse.

The plan is to use plastic barrels for all sorts of other uses, such as filling up soda pop cans, and to store pet food.

But the agency doesn’t expect the plastic barrels to end up in the trash any time soon.

“We are committed to ensuring that plastic barrels are disposed of safely,” said Mark Kelly, the acting director of the Coast Guard, in a statement.

“While plastic barrels were once an environmental hazard, the threat of a fire has dramatically reduced that risk, and we expect to continue working with the private sector to eliminate plastic barrels in our waterways.”

The agency is still in the early stages of the plan, and Kelly did not specify how much plastic barrels the agency is using or how much money it’s spending to reduce plastic barrel risks.

The Department of Transportation is also planning to replace plastic barrels at a facility in Virginia, where they’re currently used for recycling.

“Plastic barrels are an important part of our recycling program, and while we continue to work to reduce their presence in the waterways, we will continue to use them in other ways to support the recycling program,” the DOT said in a release.

The DOT plans to replace the plastic barrel at a site in Richmond, Virginia, with another kind of container, but it’s not clear when that would happen.