There is a wide variety of trash which comes under ‘household waste.’ There is a regular waste (food waste, wrapping paper, plastics), recycling (broken down further into papers vs. bottles), large (too big for bins -old mattresses, kitchen appliances, broken furniture), electrical and garden waste.
Each kind needs to be discarded differently. Items that decompose naturally like foodstuffs can be put into a landfill since they will quickly decompose and not damage the environment. The standard ones among recyclables are also easy to sort out and sent to a suitable recycling plant.
Disposal of big items and electrical waste is tougher. The rubbish removal company will have to break it down into parts for sending every material to the proper place. Garden waste also decomposes easily, but it can become useful in the form of mulch. It will not choke a landfill and can prove as a rich fertilizer.
The nature of business waste depends on what the business does. An office will have lots of paper waste while a pub will discard many bottles. Whatever is the nature, collection of business waste needs to be done on a more regular basis.
There will be less sorting with the waste compared to household waste. Besides the routine day-to-day waste, there will also be electrical waste. This is mainly because a business will have more tables, computers and other appliances and furniture than a home which will be used more intensively and need more frequent replacement. But a business will need both regular and sporadic waste removal. The garbage disposal team will need to pick up all waste frequently and also have enough time to dispose of tables and computers.
This is a different kind of waste that needs to be removed from construction sites. As opposed to business or household waste removal, waste collectors at construction sites will be dealing with harder debris like concrete or brick slabs.
There is also a need to clean up the site instead of just picking up bins. When a construction site has too much dirt and rubble lying around, the cleaning crew just can’t work. The cleaning team has to get everything out of the way and discarded properly before work can resume.
Another issue with construction waste is that often it is hazardous for health. Asbestos, which is found in many old buildings, is poisonous. Silica dust found in concrete and sandstone is also toxic for breathing in. So, they must be disposed of carefully.
In renovation projects, carpet and tiles, that are not usually thrown away, need to be discarded. A carpet might decompose and whole tiles may be reusable. But mostly they need to be discarded to landfills. There is also common waste in construction sites. Labourers drink, eat and read newspapers. Hence, there is a need for routine garbage collection.
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