When it comes to waste generation, there’s one big question that needs answering

title Why is waste generated?

article title The answer to that question is, “a lot” article title When you think of waste generation in this country, you’re probably thinking of burning fossil fuels.

And there are many ways to get that energy.

But, as many cities around the country struggle with climate change, some are seeing an increase in the amount of waste generated.

The city of Detroit has been making headlines lately, after a new waste-generating facility was built in the city’s downtown area.

The new facility is called the Waste Management Facility and the city has been working with Waste Management, the nation’s largest waste management company, to get it up and running.

But how much waste do you actually get from the facility?

And how can you get rid of it?

That’s the question that the Waste Solutions Institute and other waste-generation companies are trying to answer.

In a report, the institute explains that a lot of the waste generated by our homes, businesses and schools is not actually recyclable.

Waste that is not incinerated is often put into landfills, which is another source of waste, but those lands are also subject to soil erosion.

So, Waste Solutions is using a new technology to produce compost from waste.

It’s called “biomass compost,” which is made from organic matter, such as waste, plants and animals.

And, according to the report, this is where the new Waste Management facility comes in.

According to Waste Solutions, there are several benefits to using compost.

It can be recycled.

The company says it can make compost that is more environmentally friendly than landfill.

And it can be used for building materials.

For example, it can also be used as a compostable material in buildings that are not made of brick, concrete or stone.

It also can be mixed with soil and mixed with water to create a bio-rich compost.

So far, Waste Systems says it has worked with several cities and local governments to get its biomass-compost facility up and going.

It says it will continue to work with local governments and build more facilities like the Waste Solution facility.