Calculate the volume of paper wastes and miscellaneous waste, Science

1. The solid wastes from a summer camp with 100 children and a staff of 25 are to be collected once per week. If bottles and cans (representing 20% of the weight) are removed, paper  wastes (40%) are burned in the camp incinerator, and only the wastes from the kitchen (30%) and miscellaneous wastes from the cabins (10%) are collected, what volume will be picked up?

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