Garbage classification (English name: Garbage Classification) generally refers to a series of activities in which garbage is classified, stored, released, and transported in accordance with certain regulations or standards, and transformed into public resources.
The meaning of garbage classification:
1. Reduce land erosion. Garbage classification removes recyclable and non-degradable substances, reducing the amount of garbage by more than 60%.
2. Reduce pollution. The waste plastics in the soil will reduce the yield of crops; the discarded waste plastics are eaten by animals accidentally, and accidents that lead to animal deaths occur from time to time. Therefore, recycling can also reduce harm.
3. Turn waste into treasure. Other materials in the garbage can also be converted into resources, such as food, grass and textiles that can be composted to produce organic fertilizers. If the garbage generated in the consumption link is sorted in time, the resource potential contained in the recycling of domestic garbage can be fully tapped.