User: dharmesh Topic: Urban Waste
Category: Waste Management :: Composting
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SIT has a science project with great heart 26.6.2012 TOI: All Headlines
SIT has a science project with great heart
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Trash checked for recyclables 26.6.2012 Star Tribune: Local
Lake Harriet "waste audit" aimed at improving recycling programs.
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Answer Man: Dirty job, but Answer Man has to do it 25.6.2012 Post-Bulletin: Local News
Dear Answer Man, I bought a bag of topsoil at Walmart last week and assumed it was just a bag of dirt. Then I read the list of contents and was amazed at what it contained. Are there are any
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Pipe composting units becoming a big draw 25.6.2012 Hindu: Cities
With the State government increasing the subsidy share for pipe composting units to 90 per cent, the project has found many takers in the wards.
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DRDO licensing eco-toilets to private companies 25.6.2012 CNN-IBN: India
Commercialising the use of its "unique" Bio-Digester technology, which turns human waste into biogas and odourless compost, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is now licensing private companies to build eco-toilets all over the country.
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DRDO Licensing Bio-Toilets to Private Companies 25.6.2012 Outlook Wires
Commercialising the use of its "unique" Bio-Digester technology, which turns human waste into biogas and odourless compost, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is now licensing private companies to build eco-toilets all over the country.
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Land for garbage processing eludes Pune Municipal Corporation 24.6.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Land for garbage processing eludes Pune Municipal Corporation
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Siachen-style toilets for rural homes 24.6.2012 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, June 23: Bio-toilets used by the army in high-altitude areas like Siachen will now be provided free to 1,000 select villages to tackle the problem of open defecation and its health hazards.
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Caught between waste and lack of space 23.6.2012 Hindu: Cities
People living in houses with little or no compound space are most hit by garbage crisis
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Bobbili shows the way in solid waste management 22.6.2012 Hindu: News
Well-planned strategy in place to deal with the problem
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This bluegrass is green 21.6.2012 Telluride: News
A massive outdoor music festival — complete with string music floating from the main stage and a sea of dancing, hula-hooping, beer-drinking people spread out across the grounds — isn’t the likeliest place to find a stringent sustainability doctrine at work.
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First Citizen shows the way 21.6.2012 deccanherald.com
While parts of Delhi are reeling under power cuts and water shortage, it is the President's Estate which is showing the way forward on how to conserve energy and preserve the environment in an eco-friendly way. Conceived and launched by President Pratibha Devisingh Patil, Roshni is an initiative aimed at making the President's Estate a green and environment friendly habitat which practices conservation and efficient use of power, water and even encourages recycling of waste. Roshni is an innovative idea for holistic development of a habitat encompassing environment management and empowerment of the community, especially women and children. It is a catalyst for sustainable habitats and can drive the nation to build several sustainable habitats through positive changes and by generating an environmental conscience. Archana Datta, OSD and Press Secretary to the President shares details of the initiative, "Roshni was conceived and launched by the President for sustainable urban habitats, energy ...
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An effort to not let a community waste 20.6.2012 Hindu: Cities
'Though residents’ response to waste segregation has improved over the past 11 years, it is still tepid’
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A leaf full of flavour and health 20.6.2012 Hindu: Cities
Periodically trimming the curry leaf plant ensures a regular supply of young leaves for your kitchen, says Thilaka Baskaran
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Work in Karsara solid waste management plant yet to be completed 20.6.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Work in Karsara solid waste management plant yet to be completed
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Newport sailing event aims to be green 19.6.2012 Boston Globe: Rhode Island
Newport sailing event aims to be green
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St. Paul opens first community composting drop-off site on Grand Avenue 19.6.2012 Twincities.com: News

From the first St. Paul neighborhood to implement curbside recycling comes another environmentally-friendly option.

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Shot in the arm for organic farming 18.6.2012 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Shot in the arm for organic farming
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Healthy Living Fair illustrates benefits of rain and detriments of sugar 18.6.2012 Post-Bulletin: Local News
From Steve Lee's perspective, Saturday's off-and-on showers meant the rain barrel was half full.

Instead of running down the gutter, the rain water is collected in the barrel and ready to use in the garden
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‘Harivillu' to transform school compounds 18.6.2012 Hindu: Visakhapatnam
The project will be implemented in all the 158 tribal ashram schools in Visakhapatnam.
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