The world is on track to triple its garbage by 2100. Aargh, it will exceed 11 million tonnes a day. Whoa, that’s a lot of mess. You care about the state of things but how can you practically do more? Here are some data on the issue and ways in which flying that drone can help.
Landfill takes up Valuable space on the Earth’s surface
Garbage break-down can go on for centuries in landfills! Then, there is the leachate from the waste that potentially contaminates water and land resources, which means further wastage.
As well, landfills produce 18% of total methane emissions, which, unless harnessed as an energy source, is further wastage.
Note that methane is 25 times more effective as a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide over a 100 year period — Another reason to reuse, repurpose, and rethink before you purchase and avoid wastage is that it helps fight the extremes of climate change.
The wastage problem is BIG!!!
The wastage problem is HUMONGOUS.
Sad for your health – SAD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
There are hidden toxins in many everyday household products. These can also harm our environment, so it makes double the sense to avoid them.
Investigate your air fresheners, cleaners, food additives, and beauty products.
Washing your face, brushing your teeth and scrubbing your body can be hurting, not only yourself but also the environment.
Only recently… the US intends banning plastic micro-beads from personal care products and other places are gearing up for a campaign against the use of plastic micro-beads.
Plastic micro-beads are not filtered out of our treatment systems, enter the aquatic systems and pass along the food chain. We are ultimately the top of that food chain.
How Drones make a difference
You can use a drone to reduce wastage similar to how Monash University are using drones to reduce water wastage on farms.
And at landfills, drones can be used to manage waste in a more efficient way.
If you are looking for the best drones for these purposes, I cover a selection in my buyer’s guide on long-range drones.