Simply put, (post) consumer waste is waste produced when you or I (the consumer) uses a product. Think of the things that you regularly throw away when you buy something else. Candy bar wrapper, plastic bag that the candy bar came in, apple core, reciepts, broken possessions that you throw away, old clothes.
MANY things count as post-consumer waste…as long as another product is produced when you throw the thing away.
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