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Waste generation is the amount of waste a individual can create, including recyclable materials, compostable materials, and reusable items. For the personal waste creation, measurement and evaluation the sum of recyclable material, such as plastics, paper and glass were measured for a single week. The amount of reusable items, such as clothing, appliances, books, magazines, CDs and DVDs have been quantified and counted. The sum of compostable items, such as food waste, yard waste, string, and filthy paper were also calculated. During these calculations and dimensions an average was reached for the waste creation of a family. There are four people living in my household. There are two adult females, one adult man, and one male child. Throughout the week of quantifying the waste generated in my home I was able to compute the amount each person creates. The average for the week which was measured was a total of 98 gallons of waste that has been created. The estimated waste generated that wasn't recyclable or compostable was 13 gallons. This has been calculated by monitoring the amount of uncooked food waste and soiled materials that must be deposited into a landfill. My household created a single kitchen dimension garbage bag full of waste. The estimated waste that has been recyclable materials was 65 gallons. This amount has been calculated by tracking the amount of paper, plastics, and metal that was created within my household. This measurement is the equal of three kitchen size garbage bags. The estimated compostable items were 46 gallons. This amount was calculated by monitoring the total amount of vegetable and fruit products that could be fed into the sheep on the property and the number of plants and yard waste that was fed into the sheep. ...