Americans have been using plastic containers and lids to store, save, and transport food for decades. In the 1948, an American plastics company called Tupperware held its first ever, “Tupperware party.” Since then, millions of bowls, measuring cups, and storage containers bearing the Tupperware label have been sold and used.
While air pollution may not be something that we see or notice on a day to day basis, there’s no denying that it can affect our everyday health. It isn’t ever really confined to a specific area or country, and its widespread presence means that it can be particularly harmful for both humans and the environment.
On average, an adult takes about 20,000 breaths per day, leaving them exposed to a slew of toxins or gases. These breaths aren’t taken without risk, as there are numerous health conditions that have been proven again and again to be associated with the pollution that plagues many cities across the world.