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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 800-acre campus in Jnanaganga. It will supply the plastic waste to the Plastic Handloom Unit in the city, to be recycled into new plastic products. The unit has been jointly established by the Hyderabad Karnataka Development Board, the Gulbarga Mahanagara Palike and the Centre for Environment Education. The compost unit will start production in two months.

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