Approximately 43% plastics manufactured in India are Single-Use Single-Use Plastics may be defined as products made from petrochemical compounds which are meant to be disposed off immediately after use. In simpler terms, they are plastic products that are used for… Continue Reading →
Studies show that microplastics are everywhere. Landfills and oceans are riddled with large amounts of plastic waste and debris. This plastic waste and debris can come in all shapes and sizes. Plastic Particles that are associated with the millimetre size… Continue Reading →
Items that do not decompose easily pose a polluting threat towards the environment. Of these several items, do you know how long do they take to decompose?
Waste segregation at source can reduce up to 250 tonnes of dump from entering into landfills. Waste segregation can be defined as the process of identifying, classifying,dividing and sorting of garbage and waste products in an effort to reduce, reuse… Continue Reading →
Approximately only 45% glass waste gets recycled in India every year. Because glass does not decompose, it is important to recycle it. Glass is almost 100% recyclable and can be recycled endlessly without loss in quality or purity. Glass Recycling… Continue Reading →
Almost all batteries are Recyclable. More than 15 billion units of a wide range batteries types are used annually. This includes batteries in laptops, mobile phones, power tools, remotes, watches, cameras and many more. What is Battery Recycling? The practice… Continue Reading →
Waste Classification is the first and most important step for Recycling, Reusing and Reducing. Almost every activity results in the generation of solid waste. India is one of the largest waste generator in the world. On an average, a single… Continue Reading →
Ignorance and Negligence are the root causes of water wastage all over the globe. 1 person wastes somewhere between 0-45L water everyday.