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Homeowners tend to be carefree when it comes to the disposal of waste materials. More often than not, owners did not engage a disposal service and simply placing waste inside trash bags and leaving them outside for garbage collectors to dispose of away. Doing just that produces a lot of risks to people and to the environment itself. And those risks are amplified greatly if the waste is of hazardous in nature. That’s the reason why homeowners should place more effort in getting rid of hazardous waste in a safe manner. To help you out, here are some tips to accomplish this task.
First off, hazardous waste is not the same as normal trash and its disposal is more meticulous. You have to determine first if the trash you’re throwing away has a chance to ignite, contains harmful acids, or can pollute the environment easily. Once you’ve found out if some of these waste materials are hazardous, the next step is to contain them safely. This should be done to prevent any disease or harm from spreading to anyone who might encounter these waste materials.

Classification of household waste

There are many types of household waste, we can sort them clearly before throwing them away, and we can properly dispose of them according to the type!
1. General rubbish:

Garbage that cannot be recycled, such as plastic bags, used diapers/toilet paper, thick peels, eggshells, safety helmets, styrofoam, unwearable shoes, etc., all belong to the scope of general garbage.

2. Resource recovery:

The packaging and appearance of various containers with printed recycling marks, as well as waste paper, metal, plastic containers, optical discs, glass bottles, cosmetic bottles, etc.

3. Food waste:

Leftovers, pasta, meat, fish and shrimps and other foods and ingredients are counted. Please note that thick skins, large bones, and hard clams are not food waste.

4. Large furniture:

TV cabinets, sofas, box-spring beds, desks, bed frames, bookcases, various tables, chairs, etc., all belong to the scope of large-scale furniture removal.

5. Large home appliances:

TV, refrigerator, washing machine, oven, microwave, etc.

6. Decoration waste:

Decorating and repairing waste is divided into two major items: “pottery, porcelain, brick, tile” and “waste wood”. The government stipulates that there are specific treatment methods for decorating waste. Please note that it cannot be mixed with the previous types of waste!

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