Used napkins are dry waste. Dry garbage refers to other garbage, which refers to other domestic wastes except recyclables, harmful garbage and wet garbage.
Dry waste mainly includes lunch boxes, napkins, wet paper towels, toilet paper, plastic bags, food packaging bags, heavily polluted paper, cigarette butts, diapers, disposable cups, big bones, shells, flower pots, etc.
Garbage classification generally refers to a series of activities in which garbage is classified, stored, placed and transported according to certain regulations or standards, so as to be transformed into public resources.
The purpose of classification is to improve the resource value and economic value of waste and strive to make the best use of it. Classified garbage collection can reduce the amount of garbage treatment and treatment equipment, reduce the treatment cost and reduce the consumption of land resources. It has social, economic and ecological benefits.
Garbage classification is a reform of the traditional way of garbage collection and disposal. It is a scientific management method for effective disposal of garbage.
Facing the increasing waste output and the deterioration of environmental conditions, how to maximize the utilization of waste resources, reduce the number of waste disposal and improve the living environment through waste classification management is an urgent problem of common concern all over the world.