Biodegradable waste comes from plant or animal sources and can then be broken down by other organisms. Food, sewage, human waste, paper, manure, and green waste (like leaves, compost, etc.) are all examples of biodegradable waste.
Another example of biodegradable waste would be bioplastics. These plastics are made from natural materials, such as corn starch, and they are able to be broken down harmlessly into the environment. Sunlight is sufficient to break down these plastics, and they don’t leave behind any toxic chemicals after they decompose. Bioplastics are a great thing, considering normal plastic is extremely hard to break down and takes up space in landfills.
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