The amount of waste generated all over the world every day is mind-boggling. Where will all this waste go? This is the question asked by most environmentalists. It is very important to carry out proper waste management and disposal so as not to degrade the environment any further. The easiest solution for waste management is the use of rubbish bins. Special emphasis should be put on recycling of waste so that at least that much of burden is removed from the surface of the earth. Recycle bins are available all over Australia to help the people to put recyclable waste in the correct bins.
Different types of waste bins
There are basically four main types of rubbish bins for segregating the waste. These include the red colored bin for landfill waste, a yellow colored bin for recyclable waste, green colored bin for organic waste and blue colored bin for paper waste. These bins can be kept both indoors and in public spaces. There are certain things which should be kept in mind as to what can be or cannot be thrown into these bins.
In the red colored bins, the waste that cannot be recycled or composted is to be put. Such waste includes household waste, broken glass, and plastic. Things like chemicals, heavy objects, batteries, compostable material or recyclable material cannot be put into these bins.
In the yellow colored recycle bins, you can put milk and juice cartons, glass bottles, plastic items and metal cans. Things like plastic bags, batteries, chemicals, compostable waste, clothes and bags, oil, electronic equipment, and liquids should not be put in these recycle bins.
The green colored organic waste bin is meant for scraps of fruits, vegetables, meat and fish, garden waste like grass, weeds, twigs, dry leaves, animal excrement. Things like glass, metal, plastic, stone, soil, paper and garbage are not supposed to be put in these bins.
The blue colored bin is meant for paper related waste only.
Choose a bin that suits your purpose
There are many