The Rate of Decomposition of Waste

The Rate of Decomposition of Waste

What is the decomposition rate for items we send to landfill?

From banana peels, to milk carton, cigarette butts, plastic bags and leather. How long does it take to for our discarded goods to decompse?

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Rate of Decomposition. Image: Julia Kuzenkov | Unsplash.

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