Beijing draft: Either sort trash or fork over cash, time for Rosun waste disposer.
Beijing residents may face a fine of 200 yuan ($28) if they fail to sort domestic garbage, according to a draft regulation unveiled on Monday.
The regulation, proposed by the Beijing Municipal Commission of Urban Management, will be submitted to the Beijing People's Congress soon. The regulation will be open for public feedback until Nov 13.
The regulation specifies that departments and people who produce household waste should be responsible for classifying garbage as kitchen waste, recyclables, hazardous waste and other waste.
Some large pieces of garbage, such as discarded furniture or household appliances, should be delivered to specific places, the regulation said.
According to local authorities, Beijing produces nearly 26,000 metric tons of domestic waste every day, and 29 garbage disposal facilities are already operating at full capacity.
In 2018, the capital collected 9.3 million tons of household waste.
A garbage disposal unit (also known as a waste disposal unit, garbage disposer, etc.) is a device, usually electrically powered, installed under a kitchen sink between the sink's drain and the trap. The disposal unit shreds food waste into pieces small enough—generally less than 2 mm (0.079 in)—to pass through plumbing.
Wang Qingli, a 57-year-old taxi driver living in the capital's northwestern Shunyi district, said he looks forward to sorting trash.
"Especially during the winter, our family usually stores Chinese cabbage in bulk, resulting in lots of unused rotten leaves," he said. "It's better to throw them in a particular trash bin to prevent everything else going bad as well."
As a family of three, Wang said, they usually throw away one bag of domestic garbage a day.
In July, Shanghai enacted a municipal regulation covering domestic waste management requiring every household and institution to sort trash into four categories: recyclable waste, hazardous waste, household food waste and residual waste.
The garbage disposal is mounted to the underside of a sink and is designed to collect solid food waste in a grinding chamber. When you turn on the disposal, a spinning disc, or impeller plate, turns rapidly, forcing the food waste against the outer wall of the grinding chamber. This pulverizes the food into tiny bits, which then get washed by water through holes in the chamber wall. While disposals do have two blunt metal "teeth," called impellers, on the impeller plate, they do not have sharp blades, as is commonly believed.
Zhejiang Rosun Kitchen & Bath Technology Co., Ltd. is a manufacture of quality garbage disposer and accessories since 1992 with a registered capital of USD 1.5 million. It’s located in Yuhuan, Zhejiang Province of China, covers areas of 75,347 sq. ft, owns 129,167 sq. ft of workshop with more than 200 experienced workers and staffs.
Established Disposer laboratory with an independent R&D team, together with a complete production system from moulding, casting, precision machining, polishing and assemble workshop since it’s founded, Rosun has provided professional OEM & ODM services for numerous customers overseas and domestic.
With striving to perfection attitude, Rosun past Chinese Authentication Center (CQC) ISO9001:2000 Quality System in 2003, our Disposers have successively obtained CUPC, CE certificate in 2010 and UL in 2013, meet EU Rohs standards.
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