Do you know what's rubbish? | Leeds Junk

Do you know what's rubbish?

December 14, 2018
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When you look at the things which are not useful for you are rubbish or trash. Almost everything near you, will become garbage periodically. Things like plastic wrappers, food containers, T-shirts, broken photo frames even your expensive smart phone will become rubbish for you someday.

We are producing billions of tons of waste material every year and the whole planet will become trash one day, the problem is how can we clean this trash and make our home, office or our planet clean and healthy to live?

Look at the things what nature does, every single trash is a food for other creature. For example, stinking edibles become food for insects and other animals.

Major Challenge Now-a-days:

One of the significant challenges in the world now-a-days is trash control. There are many demerits of increasing garbage like air pollution, water pollution, increasing bacteria & germs, skin allergies and other health issues.

Everyone wants to live and visit places that are fresh, clean and healthy. A smelly or stinky city with poor sanitation doesn’t attracts people or tourists, let alone investments cities keep losing money and also miss out the revenue and jobs opportunities coming from proper waste control.

Garbage Harmful for Marine life:

Before there was a waste collection system in place on land, trash was left in the streets and disease was rampant. Similarly, the trash we are dumping into the ocean is having catastrophic effects on the animals that call the ocean home and the people who rely on oceanic ecosystems to sustain their livelihood.

Chief among the problems that ocean trash presents is the inability of ocean animals like sea turtles, seabirds and seals to distinguish what is food and what is trash. First and foremost, these animals should not have to make this distinction as there should not be such an abundance of our trash in the ocean—but we are passed that point and now must find ways to combat this issue.

Balloons and plastic bags appear as a favorite food to turtles and seabirds but prove to be hazardous once ingested. Not only does consuming a balloon cause internal damage, but the string attached to it also lends itself to be an entangling hazard were it to get stuck around an animal’s neck. Other plastic objects including bottle caps, straws and plastic utensils are equally as dangerous to marine life. Last year alone, Ocean Conservancy volunteers collected more than half a million straws and stirrers which are eaten by sea turtles and seabirds, and are even known to clog up the nostrils of turtles. Pledge to skip the straw and help limit the amount of straws that get into our ocean!

What services our company is providing?

We try our best to remove rubbish materials from almost every place like from your offices, homes, gardens, restaurants and building sites. We aim to make our city tidy and healthy, also we our purpose is dispose waste material in useful manner.

Our workers can remove any kind trash from your place except chemical spills, asbestos and other hazardous things. Our company can also provide you service of shifting your goods from one location to the other, all you need is just call us or email us, we will try provide you the best service men.

What is the other step after collecting the trash?

After collecting the waste material from your place our next step is recycling. Recycling is a process with which we can make things reusable to reduce pollution and make environment healthy. Recycling can save marine life too. The things which cannot be recycled are disposed by our workers in an appropriate way.