What is a landfill?
Your house is probably built over some of it.
Keep hot dogs a mystery too.
Someone who says that is part of the problem.
Ever been to the landfill?
Our local collection service actually has a method for separating it and recycling as much of it as possible before taking the unrecyclable bits to the landfill. Many of us still keep things like cans separate because some non-profits take them to the scrap yard for funds. It’s one way that we support our local VFD.
Don’t know where food actually comes from or where waste goes. Bliss?
It’s time we paid attention to such things.
We ship it to Asia where they refuse it and send it back. That’s the circle of life.
Away. The answer is “away”. Never mind that we’ve trashed the planet, just put it out of your mind as soon as the truck is gone.
Most of it ends up in a landfill, in some places they burn it to make Electricity. But a lot of it escapes that fate and ends up in Political Office.
They bring it to the Lone Ranger, and he takes car of it.
Sadly, there really are people who think that garbage just magically disappears…
It goes to visit MRFy.
Chicago has several monster domes of dirt that were landfills. Somebody was building McMansions on one so it wouldn’t have to go far when it collapses.
Nor do we know where all the flowers have gone.
Very funny today…. but with the way things are going…. a lot of folks will have a huge landfill in their backyards soon.
How about a simple Google search then teach your child so his generation can fix the cesspool we are leaving them.
If you live in Cleveland, after you carefully separate your recyclables from the rest, two different trucks will come by to collect them(this is charged to you water bill). Then, Junior, those trucks drive it all to the same landfill. Once the people at the local news station learn what almost everyone had figured out long before, the Mayor will be dismayed, and City Consul will investigate.Then the Waste dept. will issue new requirements on how to gift wrap your garbage.
Try Staten Island.
Apparently he’s never had to take something to the dump.
It goes to New Jersey – it’s nicknamed the Garbage State
November 07, 2013