Solid Wastes: The colon if you are constipated. Otherwise, waste is stored in the rectum before defecation. Since the colon is mainly where water absorption occurs, the longer waste stays there, the more dried out it becomes. Liquid Wastes: Liquid wastes are stored in the bladder after being removed by the Kidneys.
The circulatory, endocrine, muscular, and nervous systems help rid the body of wastes via the kidneys. The muscular and nervous systems help rid the body of solid wastes via the rectum. The nervous and circulatory systems help rid the body of wastes via the skin. The circulatory, skeletal, nervous, and muscular systems help the respiratory system rid the body of gaseous wastes.
Because the digestive system starts at your mouth and goes through the intestines that open at the other end for elimination of wastes from your colon and rectum. It is just the way it is, like tears come out of your eyes, feces comes out of your intestines by way of your rectum, and urine comes out of your urethra. It is how our bodies are put together.
Large intestine End of large intestine. The rectum stores solid waste and the bladder stores liquid waste. Solid waste, fecal material, is stored in the colon and rectum before defecation. The large intestine (aka the colon) The rectum stores the solid waste The solid waste is stored in rectum. Large intestine is where the fluid is absorbed. The rectum I have gotten a little messed up on this question...... But for everyone that wants to…