In order to strengthen the management of domestic waste, improve the living environment, promote the fine management of the city, maintain ecological security, and ensure the sustainable development of economy and society, municipalities have promoted the implementation of the waste classification management scheme.
The first method of garbage classification is recyclable, harmful, kitchen waste and other garbage.
The second method of garbage classification is recyclable, harmful, wet and dry garbage.
Recyclable - refers to the recycled products that can be used as raw materials for production or reused after finishing, mainly including paper, plastics, glass, metals, fabrics, electronic waste and so on.
Harmful Waste - Waste containing heavy metals, toxic substances or potential hazards to human health. Including waste batteries, waste fluorescent lamps, waste water silver thermometers, expired drugs, pesticide cans, pesticides, powerful cleaners and so on.
Kitchen waste - refers to perishable garbage produced during food processing and consumption. Mainly includes meals, peel and core, vegetable leaves, animal bones, eggshells, expired food and waste oil.
Other garbage - Garbage other than the recyclables, kitchen waste and hazardous garbage mentioned above. It mainly includes waste food bags (boxes), waste paper towels, waste bottles and cans, ash, cigarette ends, pet manure and so on.
Wet garbage - perishable garbage, perishable biomass domestic waste.
Dry garbage - other garbage, domestic waste except recyclable, harmful and wet garbage.
This game is for reference only, the specific classification requirements are subject to the territorial professional management department.
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