Biodegradable waste is anything that can be broken down by other organisms. This is chiefly waste that comes from other living organisms – plant or animal. So anything that was once alive can be considered biodegradable waste – from pinecones to pork chops to dead bodies.
To add to the first answer, all food is biodegradable. But, that does not mean it is compostable in your city’s compost bin (that varies by location).
Some companies are manufacturing biodegradable cups and “silverware.” Though they are better than plastic, it still takes many resources to make plants into forks.
A popular topic here at GreenAnswers is the biodegradable bag that SunChips offers in certain flavors and areas.
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