Liquid waste is becoming one of the most problematic environmental concerns today. It is impacting our sewage systems, it is affecting the quality of our water, and it is creating a long-term headache for municipalities all over the world.
Both industry and residential are producing an unfathomable amount of liquid waste. Cooking oil, grease, household wastewater, fats, and the business we do in washrooms. There are other types of liquid waste that do require proper disposal, but the aforementioned account for a significant portion of what is produced.
So, what can we do about it? Businesses and households can incorporate eco-friendly liquid waste disposal functions into their daily lives and operations.
From human waste management to a change in how we handle the stuff emanating out of our homes, there is so much we can do. We won’t lie: it takes dedication. But you can do it!
Here are five best practices for managing liquid waste disposal: