Is organic waste considered litter?



  1. emc
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    Organic waste, if not composted, will end up in the landfill just as other household garbage and can be considered litter in that sense.  The main difference between litter and organic waste is that organic waste eventually decomposes.  An apple core by a lake will break down, while a plastic water bottle will be there hundreds of years or until a good samaritan picks it up.

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