Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?
Landfills are the resting place for everything from old newspapers to food scraps to worn-out tennis shoes. In 2006, Americans alone generated more than 250 million tons of waste a day, at least half of which got tossed into landfills. So what happens to your garbage after the trash collector hauls it away?