Practical Steps You Can Take to Better Manage Your Organics Waste
One of the most impactful ways of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and lessening the impacts of climate change is to participate in organics recycling. When organics materials decompose in the landfill, they create the third largest source of methane emissions. Keeping your organics container free of contamination can help reduce the amount of material sent to landfills.
A container is considered “contaminated” when unacceptable material is disposed of in the container, such as recyclables being placed in the trash container or food scraps placed in the recycling container. Follow these easy tips to help keep contaminants out of your organics container.
By following these strategies, you will be on your way to becoming an organics sorting expert. For more tips on managing and sorting your organics waste, visit AthensServices.com/Food.
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