List the biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste products in your school. What are the best ways to get rid of this garbage?


The following are the list of biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste products found at a school:

Biodegradable waste Non-biodegradable waste
Food waste, fruit peels, Windy and ripped bits of paper, human waste, chalk piece box, paper containers etc. Geometrical plastic instruments, broken glasswares, broken bits of iron wire, plastic containers etc.
Within the school complex, biodegradable waste can be collected and dumped into a pit in a corner. The pit will be ground covered and watered. When the pit is finished, a mixture of dung and clay should be spread out for a few weeks as an outer cover. When the garbage has turned black in colour and no foul smell is released after a few weeks, it means garbage rotting is complete, and compost is ready to use. Non-biodegradable waste may either be sold off for reuse / recycle or dumped to landfill sites.

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