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what ways are there to keepwaste to a minimum
First, recognize what things are recyclable/reuseable, and which do not deteriorate in land fills. Second, purposefully use products in recyclable/reuseable containers exclusively, and be careful with any waste products (used oil from an engine, [ old batteries, oily kitchen waste, scrap meat waste, etc.) that they be recycled instead of sent to land fills or the ground. Third, always sort all
trash - household, business, industrial - into verious classes of recyclables so that only a minimum of the trash ends up in the land fill. By doing this, you conserve land, reduce contamination of soil and water sources, and help reduce the consumption of non-renewable resources by returning them into useful service. ]
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Weegy: First, recognize what things are recyclable/reuseable, and which do not deteriorate in land fills. Second, purposefully use products in recyclable/reuseable containers exclusively, and be careful with any waste products (used oil from an engine, [ old batteries, oily kitchen waste, scrap meat waste, etc.) that they be recycled instead of sent to land fills or the ground. Third, always sort all trash - household, business, industrial - into verious classes of recyclables so that only a minimum of the trash ends up in the land fill. By doing this, you conserve land, reduce contamination of soil and water sources, and help reduce the consumption of non-renewable resources by returning them into useful service. ]
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