Solution: Yes, there is a simple way to limit the consumption of these wastes. This can be accomplished by reducing the use of plastics and substituting other materials. Paper waste may be reduced significantly by using both sides of the paper and recycling it. Reusing and recycling glass and plastic debris can also assist a lot. When plastic coverings are replaced with biodegradable bags (jute), less garbage is generated at schools, at home, and on travels. Domestic sewage can be considerably reduced by making efficient use of water during cooking, bathing, and other home activities. Non-biodegradable wastes, such as metal, plastic, and glass fragments, are difficult to break down because bacteria cannot decompose them.
List all the wastes that you generate, at home, school, or during your trips to other places. Could you very easily reduce the generation of these wastes? Which would be difficult or rather impossible to reduce?