Toxic compounds need to have a fast rate of biodegradation in order to diminish their concentration and, consequently, their poisonous impact quickly. In contrast, chemicals that are extremely persistent will continue to be hazardous for a very long period. Municipal solid trash frequently include biodegradable waste, such as green waste, food waste, paper waste, and biodegradable plastics.

Other biodegradable wastes include manure, sewage, slaughterhouse waste, and human faeces.Biodegradation is the process in which organic substances in the environment are naturally broken down into simpler compounds, mineralized, and redistributed through elemental cycles like the carbon, nitrogen, and sulphur cycles.

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