The process of throwing out garbage in New York City is much more complicated than any of the millions of people living there could ever realize. A mini-documentary by the New York Times does a full observation of the $300 million dollar service top to bottom.
The average New Yorker generates about three pounds of trash every day, and a huge amount of that is food waste—which could be composted, if only we had the space. Enter "Green Loop," a proposal to build massive composting islands off the coastline of NYC.
Composting your poops is one of those things you might actually consider were it not for all the gross, decomposing feces you'd need to store and transport about your property. Biolan's got an idea that might help ameliorate some of that vile mess by freezing the smell in its tracks.