These items are things that can easily
break, dissolve and fade away in time.
They are destroyed and dissembled by
natural or biological elements, which
include oxygen or air, ultraviolet light
from the sun, and nitric acid that comes
from the rain. Others also include
microscopic elements or critters and soil.
4. Like soil and other microorganism or
bacteria, they undergo natural process in a
quick or slow time but definitely not a
threat to the environment. Some of the
wastes that decompose into soil are garden
wastes, egg shells, and kitchen food scraps.
5. There are peels of banana,
chicken bones and leaves are samples
of biodegradable materials.
7. They are simply cannot be affected by
natural process. They do not react and dissolve
easily on the soil. Some of these items that are
very common to use again at homes are
aluminum cans, glasses, bottles, plastic
products, metal scraps, grocery bags or other
plastic bags, and even Styrofoam (polystyrene).
8. So, any wastes that are thrown in
the garbage can be dumped in a
recycling center or factor that can
make them useful for other things.