Contributors: Rachel Fung, Natalie Hui, Aidan Mitchelmore, Allison Suffel, Andjela Tatarovic, Lauren Tom, Andrew Winters, Zicheng Xu
Guelph Recycling. "Recycle Guelph." http://www.recycling.org/guelph/rg000004.html. Internet; accessed November 1, 2009.
*Another form of wet waste is wastewater.
- Natalie Hui
The above graphic is misleading. Sanitary waste such as napkins, diapers cannot be composted. These have to be incinerated (burnt in a professional machine meant for the purpose)What is Wet Waste?- Vegetable waste - Fruit waste- Food waste except oily waste- Tea leaves- Coffee powder- Garden trimmings- leaves- Flowers- Pencil shavings- Match Sticks- Newspaper (good to line the waste bin with paper without using plastic covers)What is not wet waste...cannot be composted- Sanitary Waste- Cigarette butts- Oily food (harms the composting process)- Watery food stuff