Municipal solid waste (MSW) is undoubtedly one of the most active waste treatment sectors in recent years. MSW includes all household waste, including bulky waste from civil and residential uses. But that’s not all. It also includes waste from street sweeping and all kinds of waste collected from along roadways and public areas. Then, there’s waste from beaches and riverbanks and lakeshores, and plant waste from green areas like gardens, parks and cemeteries. So, recycling MSW involves grinding and removing materials with greater added value and sending the remainder of the scrap for incineration (this part of the waste is defined as non-recyclable dry matter).