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Jun 21, 2018
Maharashtra plastic ban: Two days ahead of implementation, people aware of prohibition but not how to deal with itImplementation of plastic ban in Maharashtra will begin on 23 June, but it is business as usual for local shopkeepers and eateries-owners across the state.
Jun 11, 2018
Developed by Indian scientists, GreenDispo will dispose of sanitary napkins in an environmentally-friendly mannerCalled GreenDispo, the device has been designed in such that it will incinerate the sanitary napkins completely with minimal flue gas emission.
Jun 04, 2018
Ahead of World Environment Day, Centre pledges to 'Beat Plastic Pollution' around Taj MahalThe Indian government on Sunday pledged to end disposable, or single use plastic around the Taj Mahal and make upto 500 metres around the historic monument plastic-free under the Taj Declaration on beating plastic pollution.
Feb 13, 2018
Beyond Padman: Biodegradable pads, sustainable manufacturing and disposal system are need of the hourEnd-to-end solutions around sanitary pads need to be chalked out for a true menstrual hygiene revolution in India | #FirstCulture
Jan 23, 2018
5 Things You Didn’t Know Were RecyclableArray
Jan 03, 2018
Meet the Mumbai woman who is leading an almost zero waste lifeMeera Shah, from Mumbai, believes in producing minimum waste. You cannot find anything unnecessary or unusable in her home.
Dec 18, 2017
Research confirms that the Indian Ocean helps generate over 200 lakh crore buckets of water every monsoonThe Ganga basin is dominant in the 10-20 day lifecycle of active/break events and is a critical moisture source for the monsoon during dry monsoon years.
Nov 17, 2017
Meet the Mumbai woman who is leading an almost zero waste lifeMeera Shah from Mumbai believes in producing minimum waste and you cannot find anything unnecessary or unusable in her home.
Oct 23, 2017
Shanghai recycling plant readying itself for new battery waste to come from electric vehiclesLarge-scale battery makers are being pressed to establish their own recycling facilities, and polluting backyard recyclers have been forced to close.
Jul 20, 2017
World's plastic waste can bury Manhattan over three kilometres deep, says studyIndustry has made more than 9.1 billion tons of plastic since 1950 and there's enough left over to bury Manhattan under more than three kilometres of trash.