In addition to saving and making good use of our natural resources, another good way to contribute significantly to sustainability is undoubtedly the destination we give to materials that can be recycled or reused, hence the importance of making a reasonable separation and collection. Our waste is vital. Therefore, we present you with techniques for separating and collecting organic, inorganic, PET, and hospital waste.
Food waste includes fruit and vegetable peels or other food (not meats), eggshells, and yard waste. Said garbage must be deposited in a container for such destruction and easily located; they are green and commonly marked with the legends “organic or inorganic.”
The purpose of this garbage is the production of compost, fertilizers, and natural gas through biotechnology.
They are wastes that do not degrade or take a long time to rejoin nature, and their recycling helps transform these wastes into new products, thus avoiding the over-exploitation of natural resource sources such as trees. They are paper, cardboard, plastic, glass, and metal. Its deposit is in gray containers or with the legend “inorganic.”
The purpose of said waste is to produce products such as packaging, automotive parts, decorative effects.
We commonly identify them on soda bottles, water, and other beverages or cleaning products. Its separation from other waste facilitates its recycling, and its deposit is frequently in yellow containers or with the acronym PET.
Its destination is the manufacture of more bottles or containers for drinks or other products.
Cotton, syringes, gauze, medicine containers, clinical gloves, bandages, band-aids. They are either deposited separately in a standard light yellow container or stored in a sealed plastic bag and delivered to the collection truck. Its destiny is its destruction for the fulfillment of sanitary norms.