Meditation & Health #13-Separate Your Garbage


Meditation & Health No 13 - Table of Contents

 
 

How Much Time Does Earth Have?

Condemn Resale of Gutter Oil For Cooking Use

Reduce Consumption of Processed Foods

No Littering Used Batteries

 
 

Go Green Separate Your Garbage

 

Recyclable Waste: Paper, metal (iron, copper, aluminum, etc.), glass products, plastic bags and plastic products, rubber and rubber products, Tetra Pak milk boxes, beverage bottles, etc.

Kitchen Waste: Leftovers and food scraps such as vegetable stalks and roots, animal bones and other animal parts, fruit remnants such as peels, cores and pits, tea leaves, broken branches and leaves of plants, used cooking oil and other food waste.

Hazardous Waste: Batteries, used fluorescent tubes and bulbs, expired pharmaceuticals, expired cosmetics, hair dye, pesticide containers, herbicide containers, mercury thermometers, household appliances.

Other garbage: Contaminated and non-recyclable paper (paper cups, photos, carbon paper, receipt paper, albums, toilet paper, diapers. etc.), contaminated or other non-recyclable glass, contaminated plastic bags and other contaminated plastic products, used clothing and textiles, ceramic products, feminine hygiene products, disposable tableware, cigarette butts, etc.

 

 

Meditation & Health No 13 - Table of Contents