5 Things You Didn’t Know Were Recyclable

What can and cannot be recycled, we list a few below

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5 Things You Didn’t Know Were Recyclable

We’ve learnt that plastic and metals are non-biodegradable materials, but do you know of the sub-categories under each item that can and cannot be recycled? We list a few…

5 Things You Didnt Know Were Recyclable

5 Things You Didnt Know Were Recyclable

5 Things You Didnt Know Were Recyclable

5 Things You Didnt Know Were Recyclable

5 Things You Didnt Know Were Recyclable

Now that we know what's recyclable and what's not, let's take the pledge to segregate and dispose of our waste in the right manner. Come be a part of the 'India Hoga Clean' initiative and join in as we strive to be a cleaner and greener Nation. Keeping the country clean begins at a very basic level with each of us making a private commitment to keeping ourselves and our surroundings clean. Swachh Bharat will remain a slogan if we do not decide to do something about it ourselves. Sure actions like Adar Poonawalla’s Clean City initiative will go a long way in cleaning up our cities but no amount of money or technology can help keep the country clean if we don’t play our part.

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