Conclusion :

  • Landfills: Landfill is an area where the garbage collected from a city or town is dumped. The       area is later converted into a park.
  • Large areas used for waste disposal are called landfills.
  • There are mainly two types of wastes based on their ability to rot over some time:
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-Biodegradable wastes.
  • Biodegradable wastes: Wastes that rot by the action of decomposers are called biodegradable wastes.
  • Non-biodegradable wastes: Wastes that do not rot by the action of decomposers are called non-biodegradable wastes.
  • Composting: Converting plant and animal waste including that from kitchen, into manure, is called composting.
  • Recycling organic wastes like vegetable peels, waste food, leaves, etc., by burying them in compost pits is called composting.
  •  Vermicomposting: Composting with the help from kitchen garbage and a type of earthworm, called red worms, is    called vermicomposting.
  • Vermicomposting and landfills are two ways of managing solid wastes.
  • Paper can be recycled to get useful products. Plastics cannot be converted into less harmful substances by the process of composting.
  • We need to generate less waste and find ways of dealing with the increasing amount of garbage in our surroundings.
  • Recycling: The process by which waste materials are used to make new products.
  • Dead plants and animals and their products decay while objects like plastic and glass do not.
  • By practicing the concept of 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle), we can manage our wastes well.