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Rakhis' Made From Cow Dung At This Cow Shelter In Uttar Pradesh
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Rakhis’ Made From Cow Dung At This Cow Shelter In Uttar Pradesh

Shri Krishna Gaushala in Uttar Pradesh's Bijnore which houses more than 117 cows is using cow dung, and eco-friendly colours to produce green rakhis ...
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An RJ From Bengaluru Leaves His 12-year-old Career Behind, Takes Over His Family’s Juice Corner And Makes It Zero-Waste

Planning to live a zero-waste lifestyle, take inspiration from Anand Raaj from Bengaluru who left his 12-year-old radio jockey career, took over his father's Juice shop business and decided to give it in an eco-friendly makeover ...
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Rainwater Harvesting: Conserve To Consume, Says This 40-year-old From Mumbai
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Rainwater Harvesting: Conserve To Consume, Says This 40-year-old From Mumbai

’99 per cent of the wells in Mumbai have dried up’, says 40-year-old Subhajit Mukherjee, a resident of Kandivali in Mumbai, who has come up with a cost-effective solution to conserve rainwater and recharge ground water ...
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Bengaluru Couple Adopts ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’ To Convert 6,000 Newspapers Into 20,000 Pencils

From Indonesia to Bengaluru, a couple decided to change the course of their life kickstart Dopolgy, a green startup that recycles newspapers into eco-friendly pencils ...
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To Promote Tree Plantation, Bhubaneswar Gifts Upcycled Seed Pens As Souvenirs To Tourists
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To Promote Tree Plantation, Bhubaneswar Gifts Upcycled Seed Pens As Souvenirs To Tourists

Ekamra Walkers, Bhubaneswar’s storytellers, distribute plantable pens during heritage and museum trail to promote tree plantation ...
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Worried With Country’s Dependence On Plastic Polythenes, This Man From Ahmedabad Has Started Making Stylish Eco-friendly Bags

This Ahmedabad-based startup is providing citizens with greener alternatives to plastic bags. This is their story ...
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Made Out Of Recycled Cardboard, This Mumbai Café Has A Message For The Environment In An Out Of The Box Way

Cardboard Café in Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), Mumbai stands out today as a successful example of being an eco-friendly and sustainable restaurant as it is entirely made from recycled cardboard ...
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68-Year-Old Woman From Nashik Takes On Newspaper Waste, Converts It Into Dolls
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58-Year-Old Woman From Nashik Takes On Newspaper Waste, Converts It Into Dolls

What started as a hobby is now becoming a viable way of tackling waste paper for 58-year-old Meena Patankar who uses discarded newspaper to make dolls and other home décor items ...
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A Small Act Of Recycling Can Make A Big Difference In Our Landfills, Says This 39-Year-Old Waste Warrior From Gujarat
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A Small Act Of Recycling Can Make A Big Difference In Our Landfills, Says This 39-Year-Old Waste Warrior From Gujarat

Sandeep Patel, an entrepreneur who is turning waste to wealth, aims to divert waste from going into the landfills by sorting and recycling it and putting it back in the economy ...
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‘Recycling Is The Future’, Lessons From Mangaluru Artist Who Turns Discarded Bottles Into Beautiful Art Pieces

Artist Megha Mendon from Mangaluru inspires people to manage waste well by turning plastic/glass waste bottles into decorative art pieces ...
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Sanitary Napkins From Aquatic Weed? This School Team From Kerala Creates Low Cost, Biodegradable Pads
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Sanitary Napkins From Aquatic Weed? This School Team From Kerala Creates Low Cost, Biodegradable Pads

In a bid to reduce water hyacinth waste and provide a low cost, eco-friendly solution to conventional sanitary napkins, students from Kerala produce pads using water hyacinth ...
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Meet The 29-Year-Old Social Worker Who Manufactures Eco-Friendly Sanitary Napkin Incinerator

“At the end of the day, I just want to do my bit for the environment and society”, says Nisha Nazre, explaining about her inspiration behind coming up with a zero-pollution incinerator ...
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