Yes, there are feces in landfills. Human waste from disposable diapers are found in them, and pet waste, both of which can lead to hazardous conditions.
Did you know you are supposed to empty out the feces from diapers into the toilet before you throw them away? Less than half of a percent (.05%) of diaper waste makes it into the sewage system. This leaves about 5 million tons of untreated feces, possibly carrying over 100 intestinal viruses, sitting in our landfills and seeping into groundwater. It also attracts disease-ridden insects and rodents49. If you want to learn more about feces and urine in landfills, read this report by the Environmental Protection Agency
The Diaper Drama – Environment (Diaper Pin)
Of course – diapers, cat litter, dog poop. Feces is the least gross thing in a landfill.
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