Waste segregation means dividing waste into:
- dry waste,
- wet waste,
- household hazardous waste,
- garden waste,
- debris and rubbish and
- sanitary waste.
Dry waste includes:
cartoon box, tetra packs, glass, metals and metal objects, plastic, paper, leather, rubber, rexin and tin
Wet waste includes:
food leftovers, fruits & fruit peels, flowers, plantain leaf, greens, rotten fruits, vegetable peels, vegetable wastes, tea powder waste and coffee powder waste.
Household hazardous waste includes:
tube lights, cfl blubs, fluorescent, cells and batteries, pesticides, insecticides, toilet cleaners, cleaning solutions oils, paints & solvents mosquito repellents, rat poison and Thermocol.
Garden waste includes:
weeds, branch trimmings, lawn trimmings, fallen leaves, coconut tree parts and roots.
Debris and rubbish and includes:
construction waste, demolition waste, sweeping dust, drain slit, ashes and broken glass.
Sanitary waste includes:
disposable diapers, bathroom cleaning brush, sanitary napkins, human hair / nails, waxing strips and soiled cotton.