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Hi folks.Is there a standard color coding for solid waste segregation..? Can u share with me some knowledge? Thanks.

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Hi folks.Is there a standard color coding for solid waste segregation..? Can u share with me some knowledge? Thanks.
Have a look at page 6 of Solid Waste Color Coding in Sebu City Hospitals

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Hi folks.Is there a standard color coding for solid waste segregation..? Can u share with me some knowledge? Thanks.
I am also looking so far have only found the following apart from nedical, but it is only a proposal

Organic-Green
Glass-Yellow
Paper-white
Metal-Grey
Plastic-Blue
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Hi folks.Is there a standard color coding for solid waste segregation..? Can u share with me some knowledge? Thanks.
Hi I tried this site, www.google.com, using common key words and I found my answers.
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