Where to put the garbage?

16 Answers

  • 5 months ago

    In order for our beautiful planet to remain clean, garbage must be divided into several types: what can become a new thing, adults call it recyclable, organic, wet waste, for example, the remaining pieces of fruit that can be turned into a useful fertilizer for nature - compost, and everything else that can really be called garbage, since it will go to a landfill or incinerator. Be sure to collect hazardous waste separately: such as light bulbs, batteries, and thermometers. If such dangerous items end up in a landfill, landfill, or incineration, they will very much spoil the environment, poison the air and soil, so never throw such garbage in the General bucket. The most interesting part of our waste is recyclable, because just rinsing plastic bottles and collecting them together, and then handing them over for recycling, you can help factories make new items and clothes out of them. Here is the magic! You can also collect glass containers, metal, various plastics, and paper (Newspapers, magazines, and cardboard) for recycling. The less waste you create and throw away in the General garbage that will go to landfills, the healthier and cleaner our planet will be - our common big house. Tell your parents about it! .

  • 5 months ago

    With proper storage, nothing will happen to Holy water, it retains its qualities. And after a year it can be used - to drink in small quantities for medicinal purposes, you can lightly sprinkle the face. If you incorrectly stored Epiphany water, and it deteriorated, then you can do the following - water the flowers or pour them on the ground in places where people and animals do not walk. You can not use Holy water for cooking, you can not pour it into the sewer or sink. The Church also does not approve of taking a bath with Holy water, since in this case it will inevitably go into the drain, where it will come into contact with waste. You can take last year's Epiphany water to the temple and pour it into a special " dry well".

  • 5 months ago

    As a Mac employee, I can say that we like it when people clean up their trays. Sometimes, when there are not enough employees, and the hall is large, then one poor guy runs around it, who in addition to trays needs to keep the floors clean and change the garbage cans. I also understand perfectly well those visitors who do not want to remove them. It's our job that we get paid for.

  • 5 months ago

    Recycling has proven far more expensive than municipalities anticipated. More and more are canceling recycling programs or sending it to landfills with the rest of the garbage.

    Landfilling is the most common means of disposal. This has its drawbacks as well: pollution, destruction of land use, sight/smell, etc.

    Incineration is the best option, in my opinion. However, to make the most of it we need to couple incineration with power generation. We solve two problems at once.

    1] The volume of ash left over is less than the volume of solid waste, taking up less space in landfills.

    2] The electricity generated powers our grid.

    3] Pollution control technologies allow us to drastically reduce emissions (bag houses, scrubbers, lime injections, etc).

    4] Coal plants are prime for retrofitting to waste-to-energy facilities. The vast bulk of the systems are the same. Additionally, this allows us to leave more of the coal in the ground where it's not doing anything. The waste, however, is here and continues to be generated regardless of what we decide to do with it. 

    I worked at a waste to energy facility in Minnesota for 5 years and have not seen a better way to deal with the majority of waste than that anywhere else.

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  • 6 months ago

    Compost out in the yard, plastic, paper, metal and glass in recycling (if they dont pick up take it over there yourself), medication take back to pharmacy, there are places that take used electronics, cause they reuse some trace metals in there. Try to make as less trash as possible. Dont use plastic bags, use reusable containers and reusable bags.

    Some places incinerate the trash now which is ok except for air pollution of course, but way too much trash goes into land fields, and there is hardly any space anymore, and it leaks into soil and drinking water.

  • 6 months ago

    In the garbage bin.

  • 6 months ago

    We seem to have put it in the White House in 2016 and nobody has cleaned it out yet.

  • 6 months ago

    Out                           .

  • y
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    mariana trench where it will be pulled in under the crust to be recycled naturally. Of course no plastics or anything that can float can go in.

  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    On the floor.  

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