Photography The Age Of Plastic Posted on December 18, 2019December 21, 2019 by Thomas Slatin December 2019 Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Abandoned Conrail Caboose Next Post Oliver H. Van Horn 15 thoughts on “The Age Of Plastic” This looks a huge tunnel and I’m tempted to ask what went on there before now. The caption though. Loading... Reply I hope plastic will reduce for the next year. Everybody should use eco bags to reduce the problem. Loading... Reply Memories flash through my spine. What an hug tunnel. Nice picture. Great colour choice Loading... Reply In terms of environment then YES. However, it is slowly changing into recyclable stuff? As more people are aware of how much damage plastic can do to the planet. It is a hot topic now. Loading... Reply Is this a type of tunnel used to make plastic?.. Pardon my ignorance.. This is one tall thing Loading... Reply Looks like a very old cement exhaust. An evening photography, cool and shows how calm the sky is. Good Loading... Reply Well, i pictured figure but seeing something else. Tom, how old is plastic? Loading... Reply This is a great job from the fellows that constructed it. Nice photography work Tom. Loading... Reply This plant emits harmful gas for sure. It pollutes our surrounding badly. Loading... Reply This kinds of tunnels are rare to come by in my country, as plastic is being banned slowly. The environmental hazard is tremendous. Loading... Reply Everything is plastic nowadays, and our environment is now also filled with lots of plastic. I do hope we do get ourselves weaned off this plastic dependence and remember that we are slowly killing ourselves and our planet by throwing this stuff everywhere. We wouldn’t want to see our seas just full of floating plastic bottles. Loading... Reply This means that many people around the world are taking measures, to recycle conscientiously, because this causes pollution, these plastics are processed to reuse in society. Loading... Reply This looks a recycling tunnel for waste products. It good that we have stuff like this in place ti avoid pollution and wastage. Loading... Reply I’ve never seen this before, wondering how it works. The problem of plastic waste in my country is often in the public spotlight. It seems difficult to change the habits of consumers and industry players in limiting the use of plastics, the ideal solution needs to be balanced with waste management and financial incentives. Loading... Reply Epic tunnel. Just gazing at the sheer size of it makes it worthy for reception. Thanks for sharing. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply to Meldred Judith Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.