When we burn trash, we release not only carbon dioxide, but particulate matter and other harmful air pollutants into the air. Thankfully, much of our trash can biodegrade. For most of the trash that you cannot recycle (except Styrofoam; Nobody knows what the heck we are going to do with that yet), you can compost it. Composting biodegradable trash is a great way to put nutrients back into your soil. Buried biodegradable trash will compost slowly, but if you want to speed the process, you can make a compost bin.
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