Garbage bins are a type of mobile waste container designed to be lifted and transported by a special collection vehicle, or to a container that a specially designed garbage truck can lift, empty into its hopper, and lower on the spot. The word is a generic trademark of Dumpster, an American brand for a specific design. You may have seen one in an office building or apartment, or it could also be a utility car used when working in the garden. A garbage bin, also known as a trash can, trash can, and trash can, is usually made of metal or plastic. The terms trash, basket and bin are more common in British English; trash and bin are more common in American English.
Garbage can refer specifically to food waste (when it differs from garbage) or municipal solid waste in general. Garbage patches are large areas of the ocean where garbage, fishing gear, and other debris, known as marine debris, accumulate. They are formed by rotating ocean currents called “twists”.You can think of them as large swirls that draw objects inward. Twists pull debris toward a location, often the center of the turn, forming “patches”.
Twists are large systems of circulating ocean currents, like slow-moving eddies. There are five twists in total: the North Atlantic Turn, the South Atlantic Turn, the North Pacific Turn, the South Pacific Turn, and the Indian Ocean Turn that have a significant impact on the ocean. The big five help drive the so-called ocean conveyor belt that helps circulate ocean waters around the world. As they circulate in ocean waters, they also absorb the pollution we release in coastal areas, known as marine debris. So what do we call those big garbage containers? They are commonly referred to as garbage bins, trash cans, trash cans, and trash cans. They are essential for collecting and disposing of waste materials in an efficient and safe manner.