Garbage in Garbage out for class 6 | worksheet

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Garbage in, Garbage out class 6 chapter 16 Ncert (points to remember)

Waste can be of several kinds. The waste generated by people at home is called household waste. This includes vegetable peels, leftover food, cans, tins etc. The waste generated by industries is called industrial waste.

Solid waste: At home, vegetables and fruits peels, waste papers and wrappers of food items are the different types of solid waste that are produced. Solid waste are generally called garbage.

Solid waste is of two types first one is biodegradable waste and the second is a non-biodegradable waste.

Biodegradable waste can be decomposed by small living organisms example of Biodegradable waste are fruits, vegetable waste, paper, leaves and manure.

Non-Biodegradable waste cannot be decomposed into simpler substances by decomposers. plastic, tine, glass etc are examples of Non-Biodegradable waste.

The use of plastics in itself might not create so much of a problem. Problems arise when we use plastics excessively and are ignorant about ways of disposing their waste. This is what is happening all around us! We might even be acting irresponsibly, knowing well about its harmful effects.

What can we do to minimise over use of plastics and deal with garbage?

We make a minimum use of plastic bags. We re-use the bags whenever it is possible to do so without any adverse affects.

We do not throw plastic bags here and there, after use.

We use vermicomposting at home and deal with our kitchen waste usefully.

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