Plastic recycling can be dangerous for humans in a number of ways.

First, the chemicals used in the recycling process can be harmful to human health. 

These chemicals can include phthalates, bisphenol A (BPA), and heavy metals. 

These chemicals have been linked to a number of health problems,  

including cancer, reproductive problems, and developmental disorders. 

Second, the process of recycling plastic can release harmful pollutants into the environment. 

These pollutants can contaminate air, water, and soil. 

They can also enter the food chain and harm animals and humans. 

Third, the products made from recycled plastic may not be safe for human use. 

This is because the recycling process can degrade the quality of the plastic.  

As a result, the products may not be as durable or as safe as products made from virgin plastic.