Waste is currently a dilemma of society and the environment, the separation of waste at source, if done well, will reduce costs, facilitate the process of treatment, recycling and reduce waste. impact on the environment.

Decree 45/2022/ND-CP on sanctioning administrative violations in the field of environmental protection will take effect on August 25, today, let’s learn together with Thien Nam Building about the classification of waste from Your office environment!

Office waste typically includes:

Biodegradable waste

Biodegradable waste makes up the majority of office waste, which is the food leftovers that go into everyday office meals. Since all of these products are biodegradable, there is a certain degree of flexibility when it comes to methods of sorting and disposing of them.

Biodegradable wastes can be used for composting or as a resource for heat, electricity and fuel by incineration or anaerobic digestion.


Recycled waste is waste that has been used but is still recyclable, it will be carefully sorted and given to and recycled by factories to form new materials or products for sale to the market. consumer needs.

Biodegradable waste can also overlap with recyclable waste, if these are materials that can be coated and then reused in other applications. Due to the tendency of offices to use recyclable materials, this type of waste also needs to be segregated and segregated properly.


Electrical and electronic waste is electrical and electronic equipment that is damaged beyond recovery or has not been used due to outdated fashion.

With the rapid development of science and technology and our reliance on electronic devices, technology has made e-waste one of the most common by-products of our operations. office.

According to a report from the United Nations, each year the earth carries an additional 50 million tons of e-waste, of which only 20% is put into recycling. Without the intervention and restriction of e-waste from countries, the total amount of waste will double by 2050, about 120 million tons/year.

In fact, electrical and electronic waste is often difficult to handle due to the components and chemicals contained in the devices. Ideally, electrical and electronic waste should be recycled or sent to professional facilities for proper treatment and disposal.

Proper waste management segregation is key to ensuring disposal goes on without any problems. If it’s not clear, you can always consult a waste management company for your needs, as they have the necessary experience and connections needed to properly manage office waste.

Thien Nam Building hopes the above information will be useful for your needs and let’s join hands to protect the environment!

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