alot of trash end up into the landfill.......
it either stays there or disintegrates.
Rubbish usually ends up in a landfill. Some local councils separate rubbish into recyclables, organics and rubbish. Recyclables are recycled, organics go into compost or a methane producer and rubbish then goes to landfill.
Most of the time, it ends up in a landfill or being destroyed otherwise. Reconditioning recalled product is often not cost effective.
Britain throws away millions of tons of garbage each year. Much of it ends up in landfill while some is burned or recycled.
The engagement ring was probably in the landfill by now.The archaeologists realised they were digging up an Ancient Roman landfill, which gives important insight into how they lived.
A landfill is a huge hole dug up into the earth which is then filled with rubbish that we throw out every day.
to a landfill
'Landfill' generally refers to a hole in the ground lined with plastic, and can be of any size.
Depends on how big the landfill is. Larger cities will usually have larger landfills than smaller cities.
Landfill and dumps do a lot of damage by taking up room that could be used for bulding houses on and the smell