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Compost: Garden waste and house scraps can be composted at home. This compost will give you a nutrient rich soil.
Water Bottles: It is always better to have a water filter at home. If you are getting water from the shops, try to get it in jars than in plastic bottles. This will help you to save more place from reserved slots for empty plastic bottles.
Kitchen Spills: You can use cotton cloths instead of disposable kitchen roll. In a way this is also an alternative way to reuse your old cotton cloths.
Refill: It is always advisable to buy detergents, liquids, salt, etc. in sturdy packets. This will save you from disposing empty packets and will keep the things in a neat array. During the next purchase you have to just refill the container. If you can get the detergents and other non edible accessories in a large scale, you may not have to worry about their disposition.
Batteries: After the lifespan of your battery finish out, you may find it difficult to find a suitable disposable method for it. It is always better buy a charger and rechargeable batteries as they are much cheaper. They will also help you not to scatter the finished batteries.
Carrier Bag: The carrier bags that you bring home after each shopping will accumulate in time to make an indisposed waste. To avoid this dilemma, it is better to carry a permanent carrier bag every time you set out for shopping. These can be reused time and time again.
Old Clothes: You need not have to dispose your old clothes at a single shot. They can be shredded or rewoven. If they are still not in good condition to wear outside, you can donate them to charity shops.
Waste Papers: Even if you are out of your college, you may find a large pile of papers scattering in your house. The best way to dispose them is sale. There are many vendors who take away the waste papers to recycle. You have to just sort out the papers and sell them at a regular interval.
Waste management can be effective only when you understand the idea 'Abandon the undesired'. Be careful to throw away the right waste at the right time, which will get you ample space and time at house.