Waste materials are a major issue in our homes, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Waste materials, or trash, include:Paper towels, cloth napkins, detergent wipes, paper bags, paper towels, toilet paper, detergents, paper, paper cups, paper plates, plastic bottles, disposable diapers, and plastic grocery bags.
Wastewater and waste from construction waste, as well as from household trash and recycling, is another major source of waste materials.
In addition, most trash is recycled, meaning it is not recycled into products.
Most trash can be composted, meaning you can reuse the material.
But recycling is only part of the problem, according the EPA.
More than 90 percent of our trash is not recyclable.
So the best way to prevent waste from accumulating is to clean it up and dispose of it properly.
Here are some tips to help you prevent the buildup of waste and to clean up after yourself: Don’t leave trash in your yard or yard area.
If you have a yard, don’t leave any trash in it.
And if you don’t have a lot of space, don