What is The Essential Difference Between Solid Waste and Industrial Solid Waste?
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It’s important for us to distinguish between solid waste and industrial solid waste because of the different treatment methods. Today, we will show you the difference and the most recycling method for your own waste.
It's important for us to distinguish between solid waste and industrial solid waste because of the different treatment methods. Today, we will show you the difference and the most recycling method for your own waste.
Solid waste refers to the solid and semi-solid waste materials produced by human beings in production, consumption, life, and other activities. It mainly includes solid particles, garbage, slag, sludge, discarded products, damaged utensils, defective products, animal carcasses, spoiled food, human and animal excrement, etc. Some countries classify high-concentration liquids such as waste acid, waste alkali, waste oil, and waste organic solvent as solid wastes.
The meaning of industrial solid waste
Industrial solid waste refers to the solid waste produced in the process of industrial production without hazardous characteristics. It mainly includes cloth scraps, leather scraps, sponge edge material for the processing of clothes or shoes, waste plastics from molding factories, metal scraps from hardware plants, waste paper, wood, and other non-recyclable waste. Industrial solid waste does not include hazardous waste and must be separated from household waste and hazardous waste for disposal according to Solid Waste Laws and Regulations. Most countries encourage full recovery and utilization of industrial solid waste.
The pretreatment solution for industrial solid waste provided by Harden can turn the waste into high standard rate and high-quality SRF/RDF, realizing the conversion of waste to energy as an alternative fuel.