What do scientist call litter buried in sanitary landfill?
What do you think will happen to the types of litter and garbage you and your family generate after being buried in sanitary landfills,
Litter or trash that can not be recycled by biodegradation can be disposed of in a few ways. Simple trash is often "garbage" and goes to landfill sites. Some materials will burn but do not biodegrade well and then incineration is an option. Recycling is the most obvious way to effectively deal with materials whether or not they are biodegradable.
The amount of rabbits born in a litter varies greatly on the breed. The average amount of kittens in a litter ranges from 3 to 8. In a year, a doe can produce more than 20 offspring. The largest litter of baby rabbits was 24 - but this is not normal, it has only ever happened twice. Add: dwarf breeds(hotots, Netherlands, jersey wooly): usually 2-4 kits per litter small breeds (mini rex, mini lop): usually…
Litter looks bad. Litter negatively affects the image of places, especially tourist locations. -Litter attracts litter. Litter sends out a message that people do not care for the environment and that it is acceptable to litter. -Litter can harm or kill wildlife. Plastic litter can choke or suffocate birds and marine life. Carelessly discarded containers can trap small mammals. -Litter harms our waterways. Organic matter, such as dog poo, leaves and grass clippings, pollutes our…
The word litter is a verb (litter, litters, littering, littered) and a noun (litter, litters). Examples: Verb: When people litter public areas, it show a lack of respect for others. Noun: Wind blown litter was piling up at the end of the alley. Noun: Our cat had a litter of kittens. Noun: We'll need a lot more cat litter as those kittens mature. Noun: They placed the wounded man on a litter.
I think it depends very much on what you mean by "better". If you mean "better" from an environmental perspective, I don't necessarily think they are. The popular view is that paper cups biodegrade, and are therefore "green", whilst plastic cups do not biodegrade and therefore litter the environment. However, plastic cups only litter the environment because people are lazy and don't dispose of them appropriately. They COULD be recycled (depending on which plastic was…
Human environment interaction in Massachusetts is similar to most other places. Whenever we do anything to change the environment, that is interaction. * Building roads. * Building houses. * Cutting down trees. * Learning how to survive with little water. * Throwing litter * Establishing a landfill * Building a dam or a bridge across a river.
Human environment interaction in Luxembourg is similar to most other countries. Whenever we do anything to change the environment, that is interaction. Building roads. Building houses. Cutting down trees. Learning how to survive with little water. Throwing litter Establishing a landfill Building a dam or a bridge across a river.
Human environment interaction in the US is similar to most other countries. Whenever we do anything to change the environment, that is interaction. * Building roads. * Building houses. * Cutting down trees. * Learning how to survive with little water. * Throwing litter * Establishing a landfill * Building a dam or a bridge across a river.