Throwing waste into the dustbin is a good habit. However, it is not where the process of managing waste ends, but where it begins. Segregation is the first step of waste management and it starts right at your kitchen. We recommended you to have two separate dustbins in your kitchen to keep wet waste from mixing up with its dry counterpart.
What is segregation of waste? It is the separation of biodegradable waste from non-biodegradable waste for proper disposal and recycling.
Urban India produces thousands of tons of waste every day. Segregation is a major part of disposing this waste and you have an important part to play. The kitchen contributes the maximum amount of waste for any household; so start segregating waste in the kitchen dustbin and then move on to the rest of the house.
Waste from a household can be divided in to two categories - dry waste and wet waste. Wet waste is organic and dry is not. Both need to be disposed and recycled differently.
Why you should segregate waste:
A detailed list of different types of waste:
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