Respectable majorities of landfill were applied to eliminate waste in Toronto and Amman with a number standing 74 percent and one of just south of 50 percent respectively. Among the four disposing ways in Toronto, landfill was by far the most commonplace solution, followed by a fairly inconsequential of 10 percent of Incineration. Recycling and compositing were the two least popular way with negligible figures of eight percent and seven percent correspondingly. A same pattern which is similar to the previously established one was demonstrated in Amman which incineration took the second most popular way with an appreciable of 40 percent, four times higher than recycling. Similarly, the decisively lowest figure was seen in compositing.