See parent post here.
Organic waste includes food leftovers and our toilet sewage.
0 Any Organic Waste
Dig into the ground. There is nothing bad to dig the organic waste into the ground. It was part of nature, it is part of nature, it will come back to nature. Then nature will take care of that. Nature better knows what to do with our organic waste. Nature better knows what to create out of our organic waste. Advantage of digging organic waste into the ground is cost savings for garbage trucks and sewer utility bills. In turn, garbage truck will not pollute nature with its gas exhaust.
Compost and Fertilizer. For those who have a yard, organic waste is a perfect fertilizer. Even without a yard, edible mushrooms can be grown in the apartment, fertilized with organic waste. Compost can be sold also.
Ferment them. Some organic garbage not edible otherwise could be used via fermentation. Fruit and veggies peels, greens etc. We can turn them into spicy food, alcohol, vinegar or other products via fermentation.
Filler for the toilet. See infra.
Fodder. Food for farm animals. Grass, watermelon and banana peels can be cut into small pieces. So chicken can eat it. So do pigs.
Glue. At least for paper.
Paper. With manufacturing facility, paper can be made out of banana peels.
Toilet paper. Use internal side of the peel, not the external one. Unlike tree leaves, banana peels are not dried fast and can be saved for a longer time. Their internal side presents natural organic foam that absorbs all the leftovers from the skin better than the regular toilet paper. At the same time, banana is soft like baby wipes because it is naturally wet, again unlike the regular toilet paper. Though to prevent mold and rot, it is better to store them in the fridge.