Kitchen Trash Can Dry Wet Separation

Kitchen Trash Can Dry Wet Separation

Waste is one of the most common problems we face in our daily life. From home to school to college or even at work, we face the dilemma of creating waste. But the problem starts when we have wasted but don’t know where to put it so it can be separated and can be used for other purposes. As a result, waste can be used once its recycling has been done correctly. Just take an example of glass bottles. They get recycled and is used again in some way or the other. So keeping the recycling and wastage control in mind, we have bought a kitchen trash can that comes with dry wet separation. Thus, you can put the dry waste separately from the wet waste to keep your kitchen neat and smell nice. 

Why Do You Need A Dry Wet Separation Trash Can?

See, the answer is quite simple. When you mix wet waste with your dry waste, it makes the whole thing messy and creates an undesirable odor. Likewise, when you combine these two waste, you left no space for recycling or using your waste for other purposes. 

Let’s take an example: you have peeled an apple and are now throwing the remains of the apple into the trash can. After a while, you see one of your packaged food product is expired, and you put it in the same trash can where you put your apple leftover. Now, these two will be sitting together in the can and will mix up, creating unresistant smell as the greenhouse effect starts taking place.

By keeping the dry waste and wet waste separately, you are making it easy for waste collectors to segregate the waste efficiently. 

Segregating the waste can help in recycling and help in creating a new product, which allows the saving of energy in making a new product from scratch.

Kitchen Trash Can Dry Wet Separation

The kitchen is the heart of the house. All the food flows from it. Whether it’s day or night, the kitchen is the place where you can always find something to ease your cravings. So you always want to keep your heart neat, clean, and fresh. And for that, you need to maintain control of the wastage of the products and segregate them accordingly.

Given below are the few examples of kitchen waste that are wet; this will provide you with a better idea of what waste you need to put in the wet waste section of the can. The wet waste is biodegradable and can be placed in the landfill, which later can be used as compost.

  • Oil
  • Milk
  • Grease
  • Cooking fats
  • Organic food matter
  • Food coloring. 
  • Other liquid waste that comes as a by-product.

Other than these, you have plastic, metal, glass, cloth, timber, cardboard, and wood in your kitchen. They come under dry waste, so they need to be put in a dry part of the can. These products are non-biodegradable and won’t decay if we put them in the landfill

Specifications Of Kitchen Trash Can Dry Wet Separation

Material: Plastic

Dimensions: about 33 x 29 x 21cm

Package content: 1 x Kitchen Trash Can Dry Wet Separation

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