Blue Flower

Many families will have a large quantity of wastes every day and if you toss this into your trash bin, you are only adding toxins to the environment. Landfill wastes produces a massive quantity of greenhouse gases, which is responsible for for the depletion of the Earth. There are better ways to dispose of your waste and below you will find several tips that will help get you started. 

 

Disposers 

 

A garbage disposal is a kitchen appliance that installs underneath your sink. The installation process is extremely easy and can be completed in a matter of minutes. Once the disposer is attached to your sink drain, you can put your leftovers down the disposer chute. 

 

Composting 

 

If you own a composter, you should start using it, because it is a much safer way to dispose of your leftovers than sending them to the landfill. Composting can become a family hobby, since everyone can utilize the machine without difficulty. If you water it weekly and add paper routinely, then you will never sense an odor coming from the bin. 

 

Donate 

 

If you have a large amount of leftovers after Sunday or holiday dinner, you should donate it to the homeless shelter. You may also have some elderly neighbors that could use a healthy meal, so be sure to keep this mind, when you are tossing those leftovers.