Waste or rubbish can refer to anything, including wasted food, leaves, kitchen wastes, newspapers, plastic jars and bottles, chemicals from factories, construction debris, disposable items like blades, razors and diapers and even radioactive materials. People have produced wastes and rubbish since time immemorial and with the evolution of industry and technology along with the rise in population growth, waste management has become extremely complicated. The primary aim of waste management in recent times is to protect the mankind as well as the surrounding environment from all sorts of harmful effects of waste materials. Though some of them are relatively safer, others can be potentially hazardous when they are not properly managed. For instance, 1 gallon of used automobile oil may potentially contaminate one million gallons of drinking water. Therefore, you must take care about whom you are handing over the rubbish, and if you are dumping things at the right place.