On July 1, 2019, Shanghai took the lead in implementing mandatory garbage classification. When the little friends in Shanghai were driven crazy by the garbage, the little friends in Beijing, while brushing the jokes about Shanghai garbage classification, "hahahahaha" "laughing" at the "clear" Shanghai people. In the matter of garbage classification, Beijing beats Shanghai Until they received such a message: "Beijing will pass legislation to restrict garbage classification, and the upper limit of fines will not be lower than Shanghai", their smiles gradually solidified on their faces... Yes, my friends in Beijing, don't be too happy, Beijing will soon start to enforce garbage sorting. 01 There is news that: Beijing will push for waste sorting legislation, with fines no lower than Shanghai. However, Beijing's garbage classification standards are not completely consistent with Shanghai's, and are divided into kitchen waste, hazardous waste, other waste and recyclables.
In the matter of garbage phone number list classification, Beijing beats Shanghai This message doesn't look like anything special, but it's actually a huge amount of information. After reading it, I couldn't help but post a circle of friends: In the matter of garbage classification, Beijing beats Shanghai To tell the truth, when it comes to garbage sorting, the level of expression of Beijingers is better than that of Shanghai. Why do I say that? Does "expression level" refer to word choice, or rhetorical level? In fact, it is not. The choice of words and sentences and the level of rhetoric are only the level of art. What I mean by "expression level" is the level of Tao, which refers to a state of mind, which refers to whether you think about problems from your own perspective or from someone else's perspective . This mindset is very important in the business world. 02 You see, the garbage in Shanghai is divided into: wet garbage, dry garbage, hazardous garbage and recyclable garbage. The waste in Beijing is divided into: kitchen waste, other waste, hazardous waste and recyclables.
It seems that the garbage classification in Shanghai and Beijing are very different, but in fact the biggest difference between them is the classification name. in general, Beijing's "kitchen waste" Shanghai's "wet waste" "Other garbage" in Beijing "Dry garbage" in Shanghai Beijing's "hazardous waste" Shanghai's "hazardous waste" "Recyclables" in Beijing "Recyclables" in Shanghai Each type of garbage just has a different name, and the operations of delivery, transportation and disposal are generally the same. However, it is a small difference in the name that brings about a huge difference in the social cost. For example, why is Beijing's "kitchen waste" called "wet waste" in Shanghai? Can you imagine what kind of mentality the Shanghai people had when they chose this name? Why is it called "dry trash" or "wet trash"? If you think about it seriously, the reason for it may be - the final disposal method of many dry garbage is incineration, but if there is wet garbage mixed with wet garbage during incineration.