nǐ shì shén me lā jī
What kind of rubbish are you?
China always tries its hardest to be better in waste sorting! It is not surprising that you are tortured by this question. After all, the era of waste sorting in China begins.
Since 1st July, Shanghai will start enforcing its first regulation on domestic waste management. It’s been mandatory for individuals and companies in Shanghai to sort and recycle their household rubbish.
Nowadays, waste sorting became a heated topic. There’s been extensive media coverage explaining the changes as they approached and on the Sina Weibo microblog, a lot of people have been saying they’re happy about the positive environmental impact.But many still worry they might get it wrong by mistakes.
Don’t want to be fined for the wrong waste sorting? Let’s learn about the words and expressions refer to waste sorting!
Recyclable materials include paper, cardboard, glass, plastic and metal.
Kitchen waste is defined as left-over organic matter from restaurants, hotels and households