Waste Management at Your Home

We clean our homes everyday, throw trash into bins and forget about it as it leaves our home. But what leaves your home stays into your environment and your ecosystem. It directly or indirectly impacts the water that you consume, the air that you breathe, and food that you consume. Some thoughtful communities have taken steps towards a healthier environment by managing waste at homes.

Waste segregation is the best practice for disposing waste in an eco- friendly way. It just requires the first thoughtful step of keeping two trash bins at home- one for WET waste and the other for DRY waste.

  • The WET waste can be composted by you at home, or you can use the compostable trash bags. In paucity of resources using newspapers for trashing organic kitchen waste is the best idea.
  • The DRY waste is recyclable plastic.
  • Other RECYCLABLE/ E WASTE. While the glass, cans or larger containers are anyways best practiced to be given to kabadis (junk dealers) for recycling.We also generate lot of e-waste which should be segregated too for recycling.
January 12, 2018

WMC (World Marketing Congress), Mumbai

Outreach

In Europe & US, ‘Net Positive’ image of a business is important to get customers. Are these brands adopting similar approach while marketing in the developing regions? There must not be a replication of the use-and-throw economy or ...

January 12, 2018

BYOB with Roya (Artist from Iran)

Outreach

To avoid the use of one time use disposable plastic bags and promote the use of cloth or jute bags for buying vegetables and groceries, this workshop was organized. Visual artist from Iran and Concepts Artist Anju brought together intere...

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