Do you know all the details of garbage sorting?

  Do a good job in garbage classification and promote green development

  Since July, Guangzhou has started to promote the compulsory classification of urban and rural domestic waste in an all-round way. Do you know all the details in garbage classification? Have you paid attention to the classification details of various kinds of domestic garbage? The reporter learned from the classification management office of Guangzhou Urban Management and Comprehensive Law Enforcement Bureau, and got a small tip on the misunderstanding of daily life garbage classification. Please accept it!

  Not all batteries belong to harmful waste.

  Waste batteries bring great pollution harm to the environment. The heavy metal pollution that it produces will damage the natural environment such as water and soil, and will also affect human beings through the food chain. When it accumulates in human bodies to a certain extent, it will cause diseases such as Minamata disease, neurological dysfunction and bone pain.

  But in fact, not all the waste batteries with such bad pollution impact belong to harmful waste. Disposable batteries belong to other rubbish, such as No.5 and No.7 dry batteries that we commonly use every day. This is because China’s disposable dry batteries have basically reached the mercury-free and low-mercury standards, so they do not belong to harmful waste.

  Button cell and rechargeable batteries belong to harmful waste. These batteries contain heavy metals such as cadmium, cobalt and nickel, which will cause pollution and harm to the natural environment and the living things in them.

  Paper towels stained with sweat cannot be recycled.

  Recycling old clothes is a familiar environmental protection method, but in fact, if old clothes are not donated or reused as public goods, they belong to other garbage when they are discarded as daily life garbage. Because, after recycling, old clothes have to be sorted, and it is decided whether to be reused or recycled through technology and environmental protection according to different materials. And some of them can’t be used for green degradation.

  In general, napkins and toilet paper belong to paper and can be recycled. But in fact, paper towels and toilet paper are not recyclable because of their strong water solubility, and paper with sweat, snot and feces can not be recycled because of serious pollution, which belongs to "other garbage". Recyclable waste paper mainly includes newspapers, periodicals, books and all kinds of wrapping paper (except heavily polluted paper).

  Flowers and leaves are kitchen waste.

  Kitchen waste includes perishable waste such as catering waste, kitchen waste and organic waste in bazaars. Because kitchen waste contains moisture and organic matter, its main feature is perishable, and after treatment, it can become available resources, for example, organic matter can become fertilizer and feed after treatment. Therefore, perishable flower residues and vegetable residues produced in the kitchen in daily life belong to kitchen waste.

  However, some big bones, durian shells and coconut shells that look like kitchen waste are actually dry garbage, because they are hard to corrode, hard and hard to crush, and easy to damage the terminal treatment equipment of wet garbage. The soft and perishable ones such as chicken bones and apple cores are kitchen waste. It is also wrong to throw garbage bags and kitchen waste into the garbage bin of the dining kitchen, because the commonly used plastic bags, even if they can be degraded, are much slower than the kitchen waste. Therefore, the correct way is to break the bag first, pour the kitchen garbage into the kitchen garbage bin, and then throw the garbage bag into other garbage bins.

  Animal carcasses are not garbage

  Nor can it be directly landfilled.

  Animal carcasses are not domestic garbage and cannot be discarded in trash cans, but they are not suitable for direct landfill in communities, parks and other places. Because pets carry germs, viruses and parasites, they can only be completely killed by cremation and deep burial. At present, the only harmless treatment institution for animal carcasses in Guangzhou is Guangzhou Health Treatment Center located in Saiba Road, Liwan District.

  Whether the lamp tube is harmful waste or other rubbish depends on whether it contains elements harmful to the environment. Common lamps in daily life are energy-saving lamps, fluorescent lamps and tungsten lamp tubes. Among them, energy-saving tubes and fluorescent tubes belong to harmful waste, while tungsten lamp tubes belong to other garbage.

  Empty plastic bottles and throw them away.

  The remaining water in mineral water can be emptied and then thrown into the trash can, which can greatly reduce the workload of sanitation workers, and at the same time reduce the volume of bottles and cans, which is convenient for transportation. The remaining drinks in bottled drinks and milk tea cups should be dumped, washed with clear water and then discarded.

  Although the pencil refill is an industrial product, its main component is graphite, which is composed of carbon and has no harm to human body, while the protective layer on the outer layer of most pencils to protect the pencil refill from breaking is made of wood, and its main component is cellulose, so the pencil as a whole is harmless and belongs to other garbage. (Text, Figure/Guangzhou Daily All-Media Reporter Quan Jie Intern Zhang Yuxi Correspondent Cheng Guangju)

Freezing rain+first snow, rare ice beauty appears in Wuhan

On February 3rd, two days of freezing rain and a night of snowfall, the streets of Jiangcheng Wuhan and the trees and flowers in the park were covered with crystal clear ice, which was beautiful.

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On the morning of the same day, Jimu journalists saw in the Liyuan Square and Tingtao Scenic Area of East Lake that the red fruits and plum blossoms in bud on the green trees were wrapped in ice and became "Sugar-Coated Berry", walking among the Yushu Qionghua in the garden, as if they were in a fairy tale world.

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At 8 o’clock in the morning, Wuhan Meteorological Observatory issued an orange warning signal for road icing: It is expected that there will be road icing that has a great impact on traffic in Wuhan from today to tomorrow, so please take precautions.

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Huang Shifeng, a journalist with extreme eyes.

Foreigner who has lived in China: I really have feelings for China.

  With China’s economic development becoming more and more closely linked with the world, more and more foreigners come to China to study, find jobs, live and travel … … According to United Nations statistics, from 1990 to 2015, the number of foreigners living in China increased from 370,000 to 970,000, with an average annual growth rate of 2.4%.

  In the circle of friends on WeChat and overseas social networking sites, people noticed that foreigners praised China not only for its beautiful natural scenery, long-standing culture and attractive food with the tip of the tongue, but also for China people’s lifestyle, social security management, people’s civilized quality and the country’s innovative development, which attracted more and more attention and praise, so much so that some netizens in China jokingly said that the image of China had been spread abroad.

  What kind of experiences and stories did they give China praise without stint? We approached some ordinary people and listened to their true feelings, which also gave us a more comprehensive understanding of our country and times.

  "The whole world should learn from the spirit of China people’s dedication."

  Matthew sessions is a sunny boy from Utah, USA. In August 2016, he came to beijing language and culture university College of Preparatory Education to study. His Chinese name is Liu Masai.

  "For foreigners, China is the best opportunity to learn Chinese, and you can also get involved in various fields of interest, such as business and technology. China is one of the best places to do these things." Matthew said that the fast-paced life was the most uncomfortable thing for the first two months in China. However, I have adapted well. "Life in China is incredibly convenient! I like to buy on Taobao and order takeout online. The convenience of life is really amazing. "

  "Oh, there are WeChat payment, Ali payment, bike-sharing, Didi taxi … … I really hope that the United States can develop some such software and services! " Speaking of this, Matthew was particularly excited and shouted twice, "This makes life so convenient!" Matthew introduced the bike-sharing service to the reporter seriously. "In Beijing, you can ride your car almost anywhere, which is convenient and cheap. This idea is simply brilliant." Matthew has many friends from China who study in the United States. "They told me that after going abroad, it was not convenient when they were in China, and some of them didn’t adapt. In this respect, the United States really can’t compare with China. "

  Matthew thinks that the culture of China is very tolerant, and foreigners are very comfortable living here. "I am treated well by China people everywhere I go." Matthew said that China people are open, friendly and helpful. "Just find anyone on the road, really anyone, and you can help me at any time." Matthew likes to eat snacks with friends in his spare time. No matter what time he goes out, he never worries about his safety. "I feel at ease at any time." Instead, he reminded this reporter that "it is very dangerous for girls to travel alone in the United States, Europe or other places. If there is a need for work, you must travel together and pay attention to safety. "

  Matthew was also deeply impressed by the hardworking people in China. He said, "I have never seen anyone who works harder than people in China. I think the whole world should learn from China people’s dedication to work and study. "

  "I love China and I can’t stop."

  Wei Moli, director of China-Europe Digital Association, is a beautiful Italian girl. "Wei" is taken from her Italian surname, and "Molly" is the Chinese name she gave herself.

  "I really have feelings for China." Molly thinks that she and China seem to have an innate fate. In middle school, a book about the economic rise of China made Molly yearn for this ancient oriental country. After graduating from high school in 2009, Molly came to China and planned to study Chinese in beijing language and culture university for one semester. "But I fell in love with China at once and couldn’t stop." As a result, Molly’s plan was changed again and again. "In 2014, when I finished my master’s thesis in Chinese, my heart was full of great satisfaction and accomplishment."

  Molly likes to travel around China. "In China, I have never encountered any danger. I often take the night train alone, without worrying about losing my luggage or encountering anything terrible. But in Italy, girls dare not do this. "

  "One of the important reasons I love China is that it always creates surprises." Last month, Molly wrote this in a circle of friends and distributed a beautiful picture of riding a bicycle in Beijing. What makes Molly feel is that it is so convenient to unlock the payment through the mobile phone. Europeans are still used to using cash or credit cards, and China people have used a smart phone to cope with all kinds of daily consumption. "In many ways, China today is more advanced than many western countries."

  Molly believes that "China people have an open mind, a broad vision, are good at learning and absorbing all the outstanding achievements of civilization of other countries and nations, and are particularly tolerant, enterprising and wise." Unconsciously, Jasmine has closely linked her future with the development of China. "China leaders and ordinary people are optimistic and full of confidence in the future, and China will certainly bring light and hope to the world."

  Jasmine likes what Ma Yun said, "Today is difficult, tomorrow is more difficult, but the day after tomorrow will be very beautiful". "Of course, only those who persist until the day after tomorrow can see this beauty. So I will definitely stick to it. " Molly said firmly.

  "I’m glad I made the right decision"

  "I saw the development of China with my own eyes, learned the experience of China and fell in love with the diligence and friendliness of China people." Anastasia Marcico, a Belarusian girl, talked about her China story with pride in her words. She began to learn Chinese after she went to college. Later, she not only came to China to study, work and live, but also gained the love of a handsome guy in China, and now they have the crystallization of love.

  Eight years ago, anastasia went to Nanjing University as an exchange student at Belarusian State University for one year. "I originally planned to go to the United States that summer, and I have already obtained American visas. I hesitated after receiving the notice from the school about studying in China, because China was not very developed in my impression. However, I am glad that I finally made the right decision. I came to China and fell in love with it. "

  China’s modern road construction, especially the expressways between cities, is very developed, which has left a deep impression on anastasia. She said that she came to China for the first time in 2009, and took a three-and-a-half-hour bus ride from Shanghai to Nanjing. In 2010, the intercity high-speed railway from Nanjing to Shanghai was completed. When I return to China, I will take the train to Shanghai, and it will take 80 minutes. "In a year, the development of China is so fast! I like living in China very much. "

  After graduating from college in 2011, anastasia visited China many times and worked in some cities for several years. "I’ve been to big cities such as Beishangguang, medium-sized cities such as Foshan, Shantou, Yiwu, Ningbo and Jinan, and some rural areas in China. Both cities and rural areas are developing rapidly, and every time I go to China, I can experience the changes brought about by rapid development. "

  "China’s urban public transportation system is very developed. Many cities have subways, and now there are shared bicycles and shared cars." Anastasia told reporters that online shopping can buy everything you want, and many things can be done through a mobile phone. You don’t need to bring your wallet when you go out, which is totally unimaginable convenience.

  "China’s manufacturing industry is very strong. China brand also has a very good reputation. " Anastasia finally told this reporter that China people are taking a road of innovation and development with their wisdom and hard work.

  "Living in China is very safe."

  Rebecca Contreras, a Mexican girl, and Aslan, a Pakistani boy, are two international students our reporter met at a new book conference.

  Rebecca came to Beijing in 2014, studying for the Master of Chinese International Education in beijing language and culture university, and her graduation ceremony is coming in June. Aslan is studying for a master’s degree in Chinese international education at East China Normal University.

  When talking about the experience of living in China, Rebecca was very excited. The enthusiasm and friendliness of her friends in China and the convenience and safety of life in China made her reluctant to leave. "Unlike Mexico, I feel very safe in China." Rebecca told reporters that she was shocked when she took the subway in Beijing for the first time. "Almost everyone has a mobile phone, and some people use computers to surf the Internet. There is no need to worry about being stolen or robbed." What makes Rebecca happiest is, "It’s safe to go home after 3 am. I really like it here!" Aslan has traveled to many countries in Europe and Asia. He commented: "China is one of the safest countries I have ever been to."

  During her life in China, the convenient mobile payment method made Rebecca hooked up. Now, when Rebecca goes out, she can just take her mobile phone. "Life is so convenient." This is unmatched by many developed countries. Bike-sharing can be used for short-distance travel, and there is a high-speed train for long-distance travel. Even when buying clothes, Aslan, like his classmates in China, has been keen to use online shopping channels such as Taobao. He said that everyone has summed up four new inventions of China, namely, high-speed rail, Alipay, bike-sharing and online shopping. "I like your China ‘ Four new inventions ’ Yes. "

  In her spare time, it has become Rebecca’s greatest pleasure to look for food in the streets with her friends in China. "China friends are easy to get along with! I am very happy to have the opportunity to study, work, communicate with them and share each other’s culture. " This is the best cross-cultural communication class, she said. "Living in China is the most unforgettable experience of my life."