User: chintan Topic: Waste
Category: Recycling
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Harnessing waves to clean up the seas 29.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Harnessing waves to clean up the seas
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An altruistic step 27.6.2016 Deccan Herald - Supplements
There have been many instances where like-minded people in the city have come together and created something for the betterment of the society. The same happened with these three IITians when they observed the environment around them and came up with an idea that could change the way people live. Priyank Jain, Harshal Chaudhari and Rahul Jaiswal came up with a solution that can solve the issue of disposing off scrap from people's homes and workplaces. The idea struck them through their personal and professional experience, where each of them noticed the amount of scrap that was being generated at their workplaces and at home, and how difficult it was for them to dispose it off. That's how 'Encashea' was started last August. "Despite having so many players in the unorganised sector, the reliability factor played a big role. Sometimes, they either use faulty weighing equipment or don't have the transportation to carry such bulky items. Bringing all these experiences together, we thought that there is ...
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Minn. companies embrace a 'circular economy' to boost recycling, reduce waste 27.6.2016 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
More than a dozen Minnesota companies have signed on to an effort aimed at taking sustainability to a new level. The companies want to move away from an economic model that relies on precious and limited natural resources.
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Kozhikode corporation councillors take the lead in waste disposal 27.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Kozhikode corporation councillors take the lead in waste disposal
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India’s toxic e-waste needs better handling 27.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
India’s toxic e-waste needs better handling
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'India's toxic, growing e-waste needs better handling' 26.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
An estimated 1.8 million tonnes of e-waste is generated in the country, and is likely to grow to 5.2 million tonnes.
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'India's toxic, growing e-waste needs better handling' 26.6.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
New Delhi, June 26 (IANS) It can be toxic and hazardous to health. Yet, only a fraction of India's e-waste is recycled, making the country its fifth largest generator in the world. Better awareness and proper implementation of e-waste norms alone can address the issue, experts maintain.
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'India's toxic, growing e-waste needs better handling' 26.6.2016 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi, June 26 : It can be toxic and hazardous to health. Yet, only a fraction of India's e-waste is recycled, making the country its fifth largest generator in the world. Better awareness and proper implementation of e-waste norms alone can address the issue, experts maintain.
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'India's toxic, growing e-waste needs better handling' 26.6.2016 All News-IANS Stories
It can be toxic and hazardous to health. Yet, only a fraction of India's e-waste is recycled, making the country its fifth largest generator in the world. Better awareness and proper implementation of e-waste norms alone can address the issue, ...
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Showcasing a message 26.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Showcasing a message
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Report on New Town rainwater recycle soon 26.6.2016 TOI: Calcutta Times
The Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (Hidco) is preparing a project report on recycling rainwater, which will be run off through canals and pipes to the treatment plant at New Town where it will be turned into drinking water. The Hidco authorities have engaged a consultant to prepare the report.
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Showcasing a message 25.6.2016 Hindu: Home
Seventy-four-year-old Balasubramaniam has a variety of plants in his backyard that he grows in recyclable bottles
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The Indian wedding goes green 25.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
The Indian wedding goes green
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Non-recyclable thermacol threatens ecology 25.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
The biggest contributor of waste on the shoreline is thermacol, a plastic used as expandable foam and packaging.
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Infosys drives environment sustainability efforts at Bangalore Campus 24.6.2016 New Kerala: Business India
Bangalore, June 24 : Infosys, in its recently launched Sustainability Report, stated the company launched a new biogas plant at its Bangalore campus, to treat food waste onsite and use the biogas generated from the plant, for cooking in the food courts.
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Recycling tips 24.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Recycling tips
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A cycle of cooperation 24.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
A cycle of cooperation
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Demo on waste management 24.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Demo on waste management
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Demo on waste management 24.6.2016 Hindu: Cities
A demonstration on waste management was conducted by secretary of Bapuji Rural Enlightenment and Development Society (BREDS) A. Ramakrishna Raju at the KDPM GVMC High School at Peda Waltair and the GV...
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Tyrelessly: A teenager who is changing the way tyres are recycled 24.6.2016 Latest News
Tyrelessly is India's first enterprise which encourages motorists to donate their used tyres for responsible recycling
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