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Segregated waste bins for Railways

The Indian Railways in a significant step in waste management will be providing separate bins for wet and dry waste at all passenger interface areas in A1 & A category stations besides the pantry service, vending stalls and independent food ... Read More »

Thane to produce fuel from waste

TMC (Thane Municipal Corporation) has roped in Samarth Bharat Vyaspeeth NGO to manage its biodegradable waste to fuel production project. Under the new PPP model based project, the test run was successful at its Kopri STP plant. The NGO collects ... Read More »

Clean Cause

British national Jodie Underhill, 35, is pledged to “leave nothing but footprints” as she leads a team of volunteers to set up waste disposal pits at Chamba district ahead of Manimahesh pilgrimage. Underhill’s organisation has collaborated with WWF India as ... Read More »

Water/veg bins!

The Chennai Corporation has been distributing green and red garbage bins over the last two years (at a cost of र63 lakh) to encourage slum-dwellers to segregate biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste at home. However, the bins, supplied by a Central ... Read More »

Varsity to Recycle

Gulbarga University in Karnataka plans to make a big green statement by making the best use of both biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste. The varsity will adopt scientific solid waste management measures and establish a mega vermi compost plant at its ... Read More »

Waste reduction in hotels

A recent hotel waste audit showed that each guestroom contributes from one kilogramme to 57kg of waste per day. It comprises of two components, biodegradable (wet) waste and non biodegradable (dry) waste. The majority of waste is not produced in ... Read More »

Maintaining the Nawabi Splendour!

ucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, sprawls over 3244 sq. km and has a population of about 35 lakhs. The city has the sizzling glamour of the Mughal empire and all the trappings of a fast paced city. How is this city with beautiful gardens and traditional markets maintained? Read More »