Households will see the appearance of robot garbage collectors that "manually" sort rubbish, flattening, weighing, dehumidifying, and packaging it in the process. Garbage is given a marketable look. When sufficient quantity for a sale is reached, the robot automatically makes a deal with a private company offering a good price for the garbage. The robot’s owner can intervene in the deal-making process. The robot garbage collector’s duties include searching for precious metals in waste, their valuation, and online commission-based selling of goods that the owner has suddenly decided to get rid of. The garbage collectors come to the house after a deal is struck and remove the domestic waste, which for them is a marketable product. The garbage collectors will themselves explain what waste they'll give a good price for, what they'll take for free, and what needs payment from the customer to have recycled. Most garbage operations (sorting, transportation, accumulation) are performed by robots at both ends of the chain. The robot garbage collector unerringly separates the garbage, and not into three or four groups at that, but hundreds of different categories. It also controls the consistency of the waste, ensuring the right proportions as required by the processing technology, thus turning the garbage into high-quality raw material for industrial processing. Ever newer industrial technologies are being created specially for this process, replacing the use of primary raw materials with secondary. Non-recyclable waste is gradually disappearing as recycling competitiveness raises production competitiveness to a higher level than for production employing traditional technologies with the use of primary raw materials. Civilization is entering a higher phase in which the raw materials it uses are not turned into garbage as such, but simply converted from one form of existence to another ad infinitum.