User: ssurekha Topic: Environment
Category: Waste Management :: Recycling
Last updated: May 23 2017 21:50 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Oh, for a cleaner world 23.5.2017 BusinessLine - Clean Tech
Kankyo endeavors to be a one-stop shop for waste management
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Vizag port, the second cleanest one in India 21.5.2017 HBL: Shipping News
Visakhapatnam port has been adjudged the second cleanest in the country by the Union Shipping Ministry, according to port chairman M.T Krishna Babu.He told the media here on Sunday that the Quality C...
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No brakes on garbage dumps 19.5.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
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Pupils vow to use LED bulbs 18.5.2017 TOI: Patna
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Selfies from Garbage Goa 13.5.2017 TOI: Goa
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City zoo sets a model in water conservation 12.5.2017 TOI: Thiruvananthapuram
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Swacch Survekshan needs relook: CSE 12.5.2017 TOI: Calcutta Times
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Most Keralites dispose plastic by burning: Survey 11.5.2017 TOI: Thiruvananthapuram
More than half of the population in Kerala is aware of ill-effects of burning plastic, but a major share of Keralites dispose useless plastic by burning, according to a survey conducted by Kerala state literacy mission authority.
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Guwahati among 10 cities in e-waste management campaign 11.5.2017 The Assam Tribune
Guwahati among 10 cities in e-waste management campaign
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NDMC to declare 5 zero-trash colonies on June 5 8.5.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
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Aligarh Muslim University's answer to minority tag is nanotech, solar research 7.5.2017 ET: Education
AMU has taken up fresh scientific research projects, including on how to solve the water crisis using nanotechnology and recycle waste water using an eco-friendly and low-cost methods.
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Every Swedish company is looking at India: Minister 7.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Saying that there is hardly a Swedish firm that is not interested in India, a visiting minister said that, after the top companies, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) from that country are looking to tap the potential in the waste, energy and transportation markets in India.
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Aligarh's answer to minority tag is nanotech, solar research 7.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), a nearly 100-year-old institution born out of the independence movement and the quest to modernise Muslim education, has often been a victim of minority politics that attracted negative media attention. But what is little known is the kind of path-breaking research the institution is doing in the areas of nanotechnology and solar energy.
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Meet the zero waster who has bin there, done that 7.5.2017 TOI: Sunday
As we go from a less-waste society — in our grandparents’ time — to a resource-hungry one, a few Indians are trashing their old lifestyles. Sunday Times visits a home in Delhi to get a peek into a no-rubbish life
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Earth, in an embrace 6.5.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
India has enthusiastically started shopping for factory-produced goods. Till not very long ago, India had largely purchased forest-produced products. Almost every item of necessity was shaped out of nature. Consider the charpoy or cot, for instance. It was made with bamboo/wood and natural-fibre ropes like coconut or jute. Garden chairs and stools were created with sarkanda/moonj grass. Footmats were made with coir, while sisal grass was turned into rugs and table mats. The madur kathi reed from Bengal was woven into exquisite feather-light chattai (mat), as was korai grass in Tamil Nadu. The broom came from the flower of the amilso, or Thysanolaena maxima, growing on the hills of Meghalaya. And if you wanted flowers and pictures for decoration or wedding requisites (as the topor or headgear used in Bengal and Orissa), the sholapith reed was at hand to craft it. The most essential of all belongings, cloth, came from nature too, be it from the cotton shrub or the silkworm. Examples are many, and these ...
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Indore cleanest in India, Mysure slipped to fifth place from first rank 3.5.2017 Deccan Herald - TOP STORIES RSS FEEDS
Indore in Madhya Pradesh is India’s cleanest city and Gonda in Uttar Pradesh the dirtiest, a nationwide cleanliness survey by the Union Urban Development ministry revealed. Mysure which bagged first place in previous survey slipped to fifth place this time. The survey conducted in 434 cities by the Ministry as part of the Central Government 's  Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, or Clean India Mission. Though Mysure bagged first place previous survey, the city slipped in fifth place this time as it failed to build sufficient number individual house hold toilets.  Though in waste collection, solid-wast
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Garbage nation? 70% of urban waste dumped unscientifically 3.5.2017 TOI: Bangalore Times
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A solution for waste woes 2.5.2017 Hindu: News
TISS students present multi-pronged waste management plan
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Juhu family can recycle debris, develop plot: SC 1.5.2017 TOI: Mumbai
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Incentivise use of recycled products: LG 1.5.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
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