The classification of domestic garbage has been divided […]
The classification of domestic garbage has been divided into four categories: dry garbage, wet garbage, hazardous waste and recyclable materials. The treatment of kitchen wet garbage is a headache. Can wet garbage and biodegradable compostable garbage bags be thrown into the wet dustbin together?
Wet garbage is divided into: vegetable leaves, orange peel, green onion, biscuits, tomato paste, eggshell, watermelon peel, potato, fish bone, sugar cane, corn, bone (chicken, duck and goose), shrimp shell, cake, bread, strawberry, tomato, pear, crab shell, banana skin, pepper, chocolate, eggplant, pea skin, apple and leaves. Except for the leaves, the above are basically garbage generated in the kitchen It is generally called wet garbage.
Then the problem comes. The ordinary plastic garbage bags containing wet garbage are subdivided into dry garbage. In other words, plastic garbage bags containing wet garbage can not be thrown into the wet garbage can. It is necessary to throw the wet garbage bags into the dry garbage bins, which is the standard garbage classification.
Can biodegradable compostable garbage bags on the market be thrown into the wet dustbin together with the wet garbage? The answer is to throw wet bins together.
Why? Because biodegradable compostable garbage bags are made of green materials extracted from renewable resources (such as straw, bagasse, corn starch, etc.), and can be degraded into carbon dioxide and water in 180 days under natural or industrial composting conditions, and can be turned into fertilizer. Therefore, it is very suitable to treat kitchen waste and biodegradable compostable garbage bags together, which are divided into wet garbage and wet garbage bags The trouble of throwing solved the problem.