Which kind of material is better to use biodegradable or non biodegradable?
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How long does it take a Non-biodegradable waste to break down?
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What are some things that are non-biodegradable?
Material that's nonliving (excluding dead organic matter) is non-biodegradable. Plastic, metal, styrofoam, and corrugated cardboard are non-biodegradable, while a dead tree, animal waste, and skin cells are biodegradable. A difference between biodegradable trash and non-biodegradable trash is that the biodegradable can be thrown out into a backyard and eventually turn into soil or something that other living things can reuse, while non-biodegradable trash can be recycled, as in reused for its original purposed, usually for humans.
Distinguish between biodegradable and non-biodegradable?
What are some biodegradable and non-biodegradable things?
Biodgradable means something that can break down into useful organic material when left in a compost heap, for example. BIODEGRADABLE a carrot a feather paper leather bones cotton wood banana peels poo NON-BIODEGRADABLE styrofoam chips bags plastic bottles regular shopping bags detergents motor oil paint varnish chemical dyes Non biodegradable material means the material will not decay or dissolve away by natural forces such as the weather.