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Terrestrial Resource Plan By Ty Harman
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Solid Waste! Is it a problem? Key information § Municipal solid waste- consists of solid materials discarded by homes office buildings stores, restaurants, schools, and hospitals § Non-municipal solid waste- consist of solid waste generated by industry, agriculture, and mining § Sanitary Landfill- this is a process that is compacting and burying under a layer of soil. § Mass burner incinerator- is a furnace that burns all solid waste except for appliances § Hazardous Waste -is any discarded chemical that threatens human health and/or the environment
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Reducing Solid Waste Integrated waste management- is a method which includes the 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) Reduce Use of material that is only needed to complete the job or think about if you really need it or not Reuse Using material over and over again as long as possible i.e. plastic bottles, glass bottles Recycle You can recycle many different items including paper, plastic, glass, metals, tires
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