Recently, "how to classify garbage" is definitely a topic that has been heatedly discussed. That is because on January 31, 2019, Shanghai officially began to implement garbage sorting on July 1, and 45 cities followed closely. It is only a matter of time before arriving in your city.
Do you know what kind of garbage is produced by "tea"?
Many people may think that this problem is very simple. I think that the garbage generated by this cup of tea is not the tea residue. When the garbage is sorted, it can be poured into the wet garbage bin. actually not! Since we bought tea, “tea garbage” has already been produced:
1. Metal tea cans, glass tea cans, and cartons used to package tea, which are recyclables in the garbage classification.
2. Ceramic tea cans are dry garbage.
3. Now, in order to facilitate the brewing and carrying of tea friends, most of the tea products will be packaged separately. Such small tea bags are dry garbage.
4. For the tea residue left after the tea is finished, there is no doubt that it is wet garbage.
5. Remember! Our bag of tea after the usual bubble is a category of dry garbage! And drain as much as possible before discarding.
If you want to make a cup of tea, you must have a tea set. If the tea set in your home is accidentally broken, you should also pay attention when discarding it:
1. Ceramic products are uniformly assigned to dry garbage.
2. Glass products are recyclables. However, if it is broken glass, it must be wrapped with clean paper before being placed.
3. Such a used electric kettle is also a recyclable.