Plastics, synthetics, Styrofoam, electronic waste, and glass are all f common non-biodegradable materials.
Common non-biodegradable material include some plastics such as polyethylene, nylon, rayon, polyester, lexan, pvc, and dacron. Metals such as iron, platinum, steel, tin, aluminum, lead, silver, gold, mercury, arsenic, bismuth, zinc, and chromium are also non-biodegradable. Ceramics including carbon fiber, fiberglass, and kevlar, as well as Styrofoam, glass, and e-wastes such as circuit boards and silicon based materials are all non-biodegradable materials that crowd our landfills.
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