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Season 4 Highlights

Waste Management’ Should Be Taught In Schools, Amitabh Bachchan Tells NDTV
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Waste Management Should Be Taught In Schools, Amitabh Bachchan Tells NDTV

The actor, who was speaking at the launch of Season 4 of NDTV-Dettol Banega Swachh India, believes that the first step of community participation is to teach children about cleanliness from a very young age
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Students of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Yelahanka have begun the practice of segregating dry waste at source, collecting waster water and auctioning e-waste to authorise dealers to ensure a clean and green environment
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Even Leftover Water From Bottles Not Wasted In This Bengaluru School

The students of the school have also pledged to take waste management initiatives back to their homes
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Can Food Waste Be Converted Into Fuel For The Future
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Ek Swachh Kadam: Can Food Waste Be Converted Into Fuel For The Future?

India is producing a whopping 62 million tonnes of garbage and around 31 million is being sent directly to landfills every year. To overcome waste related woes in India, it is the duty of each and every citizen to take necessary steps
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Sewage Treatment, Waste Segregation And Composting - Shri Ram School Aravali Shows How It Is Done
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Sewage Treatment, Waste Segregation And Composting: Shri Ram School Aravali Shows How It Is Done

The Shri Ram School Aravali is among the Top 20 Green schools in the country. It is doing a lot in terms of waste segregation, composting, sewage treatment, recycling and other aspects of adopting eco-friendly practices, like solar energy for street lights across the campus and rain water harvesting.
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Maharashtra to launch statewide campaign
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Maharashtra To Launch Statewide Campaign On Waste Management From May 1

The campaign that will cover all urban towns of Maharashtra, aims to spread awareness on the benefits waste segregation, recycling and composting
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Banega Swachh India Season 4: A Call To Clean, Segregate And Compost India's Mounting Garbage
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Banega Swachh India Season 4: A Call To Clean, Segregate And Compost India’s Mounting Garbage

Urban India is the third largest generator of waste in the world and only 12% of this waste is treated. Recognising this problem, NDTV-Dettol Banega Swachh India has called on individuals to segregate and compost their waste
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This Kolkata School Sets A Trend, Reuses And Recycles All Waste, Recycled
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This Kolkata School Sets A Trend, Reuses And Recycles All Waste, Recycled

The students of Sri Sri Academy in Kolkata have set across a great example in reducing and recycling solid waste
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How This Gurugram Housing Complex Reduced Its Waste By A Whopping 82,000 Kgs
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How This Gurugram Housing Complex Reduced Its Waste By A Whopping 82,000 Kgs

Garden Estate complex in Gurugram recycle half of their kitchen waste and have successfully produced and used nearly 7000 kilos of compost in less than a year
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Top 10 things you should know about waste management in india
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This Mumbai Housing Society Generates Zero Waste Thanks To One Simple Trick

Mumbai’s landfills are as tall as five-storeyed buildings and are becoming a cause of concern. This Mumbai housing society adopted a 'Zero Waste' project in order to cope with the growing waste management issues in the city
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About Banega Swachh India Campaign Season 4: #Mere10Guz And The 3 Steps To Follow

India’s urban population of 429 million citizens produce a whopping 62 million tonnes of garbage every single day. Out of this, 5.6 million tonnes is the plastic waste. Only about 22-28% of the waste is treated, and more than 70% of collected urban waste is dumped straight into the landfills. Need of the hour is for people to segregate waste and adopt steps like composting and recycling. Season 4 of NDTV-Dettol Banega Swachh India Campaign aims to take up these key issues as part of its #Mere10Guz initiative and promote 3 steps to swachhta - Keep your surroundings clean, segregate waste and do composting.
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Swachh Hygiene Index
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Watch: #Mere10Guz, Launch Of NDTV-Dettol Banega Swachh India Season 4

Banega Swachh India enters its fourth season. This season the aim is to encourage people to follow 3 steps as part of the #Mere10Guz initiative and through that set an example to inspire others to join the movement - #Mere10Guz – Teen Kadam
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Turn Kitchen Waste To Compost Amitabh Bachchhan’s New Swachh Message
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Swachh Hygiene Index

Since the announcement of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan two-and-a-half years ago, individuals, communities and government bodies have busied themselves in a flurry of activity to realise the dream
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#Mere10Guz: Clean-Up 10 Yards Of Your Surroundings And Get Featured On NDTV
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#Mere10Guz – 3 Steps To A Swachh India: Clean, Segregate, Compost And Get Featured On NDTV

Banega Swachh India in its third year in 2016, got the entire nation to come together on October 2, to celebrate Gandhi Jayanti as the Rashtriya Swachhta Diwas and encourage
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