International Plastic Bag Free Day

International Plastic Bag Free Day

Sanitation officials will cover their faces with plastic carry bags and walk around the city to educate people about the urgent need to ditch plastic bags ...
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On International Plastic Bag Free Day, people appeal for a plastic-free India on social media, urge everyone to stop the use of plastic bags and opt for green alternatives ...
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Prashant Lingam and his wife Aruna Kappagantula recently constructed a 12x12 feet donation centre with 1,500 PET bottles for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation ...
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Plastic bags are killing our planet, it is expected that the world will consume 5 trillion plastic bags this year. To save the planet here are 5 alternatives to plastic bags ...
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India generates around 56 lakh tonnes of plastic waste annually. It is a hard task to believe that India can become a zero-plastic-waste country, but, this reality can be changed, thanks to innovations like these ...
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On International Plastic Bag Free Day, we give you 5 reasons to ditch the use of plastic bags. Make this green switch and save the environment ...
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With proper infrastructure and better awareness, plastic waste in India could be successfully converted to fuel for both industrial and domestic use ...
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By replacing some proportion of tar with recycled plastic for constructing roads, Chennai, Pune and Indore are trying this simple method to tackle their plastic waste ...
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Plastic waste is growing at an uncontrollable pace in our country. Hopefully, with more projects like these, we can get one step closer to a plastic-free future ...
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Sasan village has banned usage of plastic bags in all its shops and hotels and has given out hundreds of cloth bags to them ...
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India generates around 56 lakh tonnes of plastic waste annually and the truth is that it takes around 500 to 1000 years for any plastic waste to completely decompose itself. Here's what other cities and states need to learn from Kannur, India's first plastic free district ...
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An accidental discovery by a researcher in Spain found that the moth caterpillar produces a substance that breaks down chemical components of plastic before fully degrading them ...
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