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Waste and wastes are terms for unwanted materials.
Examples include municipal solid waste (household trash/refuse), hazardous waste
wastewater (such as sewage, which contains bodily wastes, or surface runoff),
radioactive waste, and others.Waste management is a significant environmental ju
stice issue.
Innappropriately managed waste can attract rodents and insects, which can harbou
r gastrointestinal parasites,
yellow fever, worms, the plague and other conditions for humans, and exposure to
hazardous wastes, particularly when they are burned,
can cause various other diseases including cancers. Toxic waste materials can co
ntaminate surface water, groundwater, soil, and air
which causes more problems for humans, other species, and ecosystems.Waste treat
ment and disposal produces significant green house gas (GHG) emissions,
notably methane, which are contributing significantly to global climate change.
1]Use cloth bags instead of plastic. This small measure will greatly reduce the
amount of waste you bring into your house.
2]Buy food that has less packaging. If you tend to buy food that comes in boxes
wrapped in plastic with individually-wrapped
serving sizes inside, you're probably producing more waste than you want to. Lo
ok for ways to buy food with minimal packaging.
3]Do vermicomposting. You can make your own worm composting system.
4]Don't use bottled drinks unless you have to.[1] Bottled water - and other bott
led drinks - are a major source of waste in many places.
5]Reduce your paper usage. If you like using computers, there are very few reaso
ns you still need to have a lot of paper waste in your house.
Taking measures to reduce the amount of paper you buy, as well as the amount of
paper that gets sent to you in the mail.
6]Consider making your own household cleaners and detergents. Many of the contai
ners used for cleaners and detergents aren't recyclable, so they end up going in
the garbage.
7]Donate items when possible. If you have old clothing, electronics, or other it
ems you don't want but are still in decent shape, donate them instead of throwin
g them out in the trash.
8]Reuse containers. Durable containers can be reused a number of times before th
ey need to go out with the garbage or recycling.
9]Follow your city's recycling policies.
10]Dispose of trash and hazardous waste properly. There are some household items
that just can't be recycled or reused. These items have to be thrown out with t
he trash or disposed
of at a hazardous waste facility.
11]Save your food scraps and yard cuttings from the trash. Food scraps and yard
cuttings don't need to be thrown out. Instead, you can compost them and turn the
m into rich,
nutritious soil that can be used to nourish your garden - or donated to someo

ne else who will be able to use it for theirs.

12]Create a compost site. Select an area in a sunny or partially shaded spot in
your yard for your compost site.
13]Choose to make either a cold or hot compost heap.
14]Maintain your compost site. If it seems to be rotting too fast and turning sl
imy, add more brown items to slow it down.
15]Use your compost when it's ready. You'll know your compost is ready when it t
urns a rich brown or black color and takes on an earthy smell.