Is it Trash or is it Organic?

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organicCathy Isom takes you on a trip to your landfill. She delves into the question, is it trash or is it organic? That’s coming up on This Land of Ours.

Is it Trash or Organic?

Do you really know what you’re throwing away? Sadly, statistics show that the United States is extremely wasteful and hard on the planet. When only about 5 percent of the world’s population is producing 30 percent of its trash, something is horribly out of whack. An even bigger problem is that a organiclarge percentage of the trash we produce should never see a garbage can. It can either be recycled or composted.

Organic material is something that we shouldn’t be throwing away. That’s why it’s so important to take just a little bit of time to separate what should go in the trash, and what shouldn’t. If you have accumulated a lot of recyclables, you may consider renting commercial roll off dumpsters. If you have cardboard or metal recyclables you wish to dispose, you may consider sending these to a local cardboard recycling or metal recycling center. The dumpster rental near me has very good reviews.

Among the few good reasons it makes sense to separate real trash from recyclables? It saves money on trash service, cuts down on plastic, reduces emissions, prevents ground contamination, and you can create your own homemade compost with it. For dumpster rentals Roanoke contact Roanoke Junk Removal & Dumpster Rental.

On Tomorrow’s This Land, why it’s so important to not toss organic material into the landfill.

I’m Cathy Isom…