Answer: (1) Wool, grass and paper
A biodegradable material can be defined as a material which can be decomposed by bacteria or other natural organisms and not be adding to pollution.
What is Biodegradable Waste?
Biodegradable waste is a form of waste that can be degraded by other living organisms. It usually comes from plant or animal sources.
- Green waste, food waste, paper waste, and biodegradable plastics are all examples of biodegradable waste that can be contained in municipal solid waste.
- Human waste, manure, sewage, and slaughterhouse waste are examples of biodegradable waste.