Disposal of garbage
GARBAGE disposal has become a serious problem in urban areas. There are tons of garbage in our homes, markets, offices, hotels, restaurants, factories ad roads. When we walk along the streets, we have to cover our nose sometimes because the environment is polluted with garbage emitting bad smell.
People throw their rubbish on the road sides and and stray dogs come to these places in search of food. They tear the bags and scatter the rubbish all over the roads.
We can do a good thing to keep the environment clean by collecting garbage into separate dustbins as glass, plastics, paper, organic waste matter and metal. Then, we can recycle them.
The once beautiful environment has now become polluted with lorries and trucks having to carry loads of rubbish away daily.
We can make our own fertiliser by collecting the kitchen refuse. We can also recycle paper. Old newspapers can be treated and the printers ink removed. It can be mixed with water under pressure to make pulp that can be made into new paper again. Assorted plastics can be compressed and recycled to be made into various new products.
Now, it is possible to recycle aluminium too.
If we dispose garbage in the correct way, it will protect us and the environment too.