How to manage your waste at home through Segregation

by Sadabahar Greens Pvt. Ltd.

Waste Segregation at home Urban plants Waste is constantly generated in complexes, apartments and buildings. Like cleaning and hoovering, putting waste out is also considered a chore in daily routine. However, people living in apartments are finding themselves with a high level of trash, owing to the increase in the whole range of packages, wrappers of food, product food waste and other materials which they want to get rid of.
Managing domestic waste excreted from home has become a necessity. Methods for reducing waste, reusing waste and recycling and composting waste are best options for managing your home waste management. Following are some steps for best waste management of your home waste.

Reduce Trash When You Shop

Reducing household waste is a difficult task but by paying a little attention you can reduce waste generation it to some extent:

  • Conscious of the amount of packaging on the products you are buying.
  • Choose packages that are recyclable and reuse.
  • Purchase large packs instead of multiple small packets and bottles to reduce waste.
  • Cook more at home and consume less bottled drinking water.
  • Waste Segregation 
Vertical garden tower Urban plants It is very important to waste segregation before disposing of it. Waste segregation reduces the waste you put out and makes it simpler to recycle and compost. Waste can be segregated as
Dry waste: keep separate plastic for dry waste like flowers, plastic, papers, glass and metal as they can be reused and recycled.
Wet waste: wet waste like vegetables, kitchen waste, tea leaves, fruit peels, egg shells and fish scales should be kept in separate plastic as they can be used as compost.
To make a sustainable compost use Sadabahar composter vertical garden planter tower will help the best feature of it is self fertilizing with inbuilt composter attached with planter that is available at Urban plants
Hazardous waste: Hazardous waste includes e-waste wires, like batteries, electronic toys, remotes, bulbs, tube lights; 
Toxic waste:  paints, insecticides, their containers; and biomedical waste like tubes, expired medicines, used cosmetics, thermometer and used syringes. This waste should be disposed of daily

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