Catering wipes belong to dry garbage and can't rot naturally. It can be recycled, but the cost of recycling is too high. Generally, new materials will be selected for paper-making. Let's take a concrete look!
What kind of garbage does the catering wipes belong to?
Dry waste classification includes tissues, napkins, diapers and other toilet paper, so it belongs to dry waste classification, including some disposable toilet paper used by infants.
The wipes are insoluble in water and flexible, so they can't be flushed under the sewer through the toilet. If it is serious, it will cause pipe blockage in the whole building.
Can toilet paper be recycled? Yes, but the cost is too high. Whether the diapers are wet or not, they are all dry garbage! Because dry garbage and wet garbage are not distinguished according to water content, wet garbage refers to the perishable biomass garbage generated in daily life, and dry garbage refers to other garbage except harmful garbage, recyclable materials and wet garbage. Like napkins, wipes, toilet paper, etc.
Dry garbage, i.e. other garbage, refers to other domestic wastes except recyclable materials, hazardous wastes and wet wastes. Dry waste should be discharged as far as possible, and the domestic waste that cannot be classified should be put into dry waste container. (for reference only, the specific classification requirements shall be subject to the territorial management department)
High cost, water-soluble food and beverage. However, because the value of the recovered output is not comparable to the cost of recovery, there is no significance of recycling.