The paper should be stacked as neatly as possible to avoid crumpling, and the cardboard should also be unpacked and stacked.
Food packaging boxes such as milk Tetra Pak should be folded and flattened.
Putting bottles and cans should try to use up the product in the container or empty the trash can , and clean it up before putting it out.
Glass items should be handled with care to avoid cuts and breaks. It is best to put them in bags or containers.
After the fabrics are packaged neatly, they should be put to the designated collection point on a regular basis.
2. Food waste
Food waste (wet garbage), as the name suggests, is mainly leftovers in the canteen, leftovers, vegetable leaves from the cooking process, discarded parts of meat, fish and shrimp, eggshells, etc.
Leftovers leftovers and food residues such as western cakes, vegetable stems leaves, animal bone viscera, tea residues, fruit residues, fruit husks, melon peels, bonsai and other plant residues, waste cooking oil, etc. Its main sources are family kitchens, restaurants, restaurants, canteens, markets and other industries related to food processing.
Food waste should be placed in a dedicated food waste bin.
Kitchen waste has a lot of moisture, is perishable, and emits odor, which not only affects the environment, but also prone to leakage of sewage during the garbage collection and transportation process. Therefore, the water must be drained when the kitchen waste is placed.
Food waste bins should be well covered to prevent garbage from polluting the surrounding environment and breeding of mosquitoes and flies.
Animal bones are difficult to biodegrade, so it is not suitable to put them in the kitchen waste bins and throw them away as other garbage.
3. Other garbage
Other garbage (dry garbage) refers to other household garbage except recyclables, hazardous garbage, and kitchen garbage, that is, garbage mainly collected and processed by the current sanitation system.
Contaminated and non-recyclable paper (paper cups, photos, carbon paper, pressure sensitive paper, receipt paper, postcards, photo albums, toilet paper, diapers, etc.), contaminated or other non-recyclable glass, plastic bags and other contaminated plastics Products, waste clothes and other textiles, worn-out ceramics, feminine hygiene products, disposable tableware, shells, cigarette butts, dust, etc.
Used napkins, diapers, etc. are stained with various stains, and are too water-soluble, and have no recycling value, so they should be disposed of as other garbage.
Ordinary disposable batteries (alkaline batteries) are basically mercury-free and should be put in other garbage.
Animal bones are difficult to biodegrade, so put them in other trash cans.
To protect our own ecological homeland, we start with the classification of domestic waste. Every time you put it correctly, you are contributing your own strength to the beautiful Xiangshan.
4. Hazardous garbage
Hazardous garbage refers to the substances in domestic garbage that cause direct or potential harm to human health or the natural environment. It must be collected, transported, and stored separately, and special safe treatment by a professional organization recognized by the environmental protection department.
Batteries (batteries, button batteries, etc.), waste electronic products, waste lamp bulbs, expired medicines, expired daily cosmetics, hair dyes, pesticide containers, herbicide containers, waste mercury thermometers, waste paint buckets, waste printer cartridges , Toner cartridges, etc.
Please pack and fix waste fluorescent tube bulbs when putting them out, or use newly purchased fluorescent tube bulb packaging for packaging to prevent the tube bulbs from being damaged and harmful mercury vapor evaporating into the environment.
In daily life, there are many types of batteries used. The disposable batteries produced at present have achieved low mercury and mercury-free, and should be put in other garbage; in addition to disposable batteries, secondary batteries (commonly known as rechargeable batteries, including nickel-cadmium, nickel-cadmium, Ni-MH, lithium batteries and lead-acid batteries), button battery trash cans . These batteries contain heavy metals and are hazardous trash. They must be put in hazardous trash cans. Individuals are not allowed to throw them away at will.
As expired drugs have passed the best use period, the chemical substances of the drugs will become invalid or denatured. Therefore, expired drugs and packaging are classified as hazardous waste. Expired medicines and their packaging are best placed at hazardous garbage collection points set up in the community (village).
In order to make our living environment better, we implement a hazardous garbage collection day system, and put hazardous garbage into hazardous garbage bins. We collect them on a fixed day each month and then conduct harmless treatment in a unified manner.