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"On average, each person produces approximately 4.5 pounds of waste per day. " - - Dumpsters.com 

Planet vs. Wasteland

Issues of Waste Management

What is a Waste Bank?

A Waste Bank is a platform for collecting and sorting waste according to different types of waste. The waste is categorized based on how it is processed or how it is recycled. With its economic value, customers will get a certain amount of money from the waste deposited.

How does it work?

  1.  Sorting waste from home

  2.  Sending waste to waste bank

  3.  Weighing the waste

  4.  Record amount of waste in a saving book

  5.  Waste is processed by the waste bank or sold to scavengers/third parties 

How to sort waste from home?

  1.  Prepare a container: Providing a container for each type of waste

  2.  Make sure the instructions: Sorting the waste according to the instructions of the waste   bank 

  3.  Clean waste: Ensuring that waste is free of dirt or organic matter residue, details for   each type of waste can be checked here

  4.  Collect waste: Sending waste to the waste bank according to its operational hour

9 Categories of Waste

Importance of Waste Separation

Waste separation has an important role in waste management because it ensures that recyclable materials are processed properly to be reused again when making new products.

A system of proper waste banks can have economic benefits, help educate the public about sorting waste, and most importantly, it can prevent the environment from being harmed!

YOU can do it at Home!

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