examples of non-biodegrable wastes
Non-biodegradable wastes are those that do not break down naturally. This includes plastics, metals, glass, and synthetic materials such as chemicals.
Pretty much all plastics. Plastics are made from petroleum and cannot be broken down naturally by the earth. This is why we are seeing large accumulations of plastics caught in ocean gyres, such as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
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