User: ssurekha Topic: Environment
Category: Waste Management :: Recycling
Last updated: Mar 20 2020 17:28 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Every drop counts: why grey water recycling is a must 20.3.2020 Hindu: S & T
Grey water recycling is a must for a water-starved country like India, says Nidhi Adlakha
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‘Lack of awareness on safe disposal of e-waste among masses a major issue’ 11.3.2020 Hindu: Home
Campaign to sensitise students on recycling electronic waste held in Puducherry
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E-waste recycling has doubled, says Centre 4.3.2020 Hindu: Energy & Environment
A recycling rate of 10% in 2017-18 has risen to a little over 20% in 2018-19
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Thermax displays its edge in technology and sustainability at Boiler India 2020 24.2.2020 Projects Monitor

Exhibits range of energy, environment solutions including new technologies, actual boilers, models of chiller and in-place sewage treatment plant, green chemicals and biomass fuels February 24, 2020, Navi Mumbai; Thermax Limited, a leading energy and environment solutions provider participated at Boiler India 2020. The company being one of the prominent exhibitors displayed its capabilities as […]

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The coconut water repertoire 24.2.2020 Hindu: Health
How Zuzana Gombosova and C S Susmith’s start-up Malai Biomaterials developed alternative leather from coconut water, and won the Circular Design Challenge at Lakme Fashion Week
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How Vasudha Rai said no to excess beauty waste, and why you should too 21.2.2020 Hindu: Society
How and why this writer refused to accept excessively-packaged products, and is encouraging other influencers to do the same
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E-Waste 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The generation of E (Electronic) Waste is the ever and over growing environmental problem of the world. It is not bio degradable and gradually covering the earth face. The world will have to find a solution of disposal or it will destroy the mankind. India is 5th after China, USA, Japan and Germany in generating the highest E-waste. Despite India’s emphasis on ‘Clean India’ we are concentrating in road side and locality wastage collection and cleaning it. But looking into the magnitude of E-Waste that we are generating the India has to plan a special scheme of its disposal and final destruction. Ordinary way of cleaning by lifting the waste and dump or burn will not help in this matter. It require specified industrial units to destroy it. With new innovated technology India is moving with fast speed in the development, manufacturing and using electronics goods. This segment of industry is facing a very especial problem that its technology and models of electronic goods are changing fast that within ...
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E-Waste 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The generation of E (Electronic) Waste is the ever and over growing environmental problem of the world. It is not bio degradable and gradually covering the earth face. The world will have to find a solution of disposal or it will destroy the mankind. India is 5th after China, USA, Japan and Germany in generating the highest E-waste. Despite India’s emphasis on ‘Clean India’ we are concentrating in road side and locality wastage collection and cleaning it. But looking into the magnitude of E-Waste that we are generating the India has to plan a special scheme of its disposal and final destruction. Ordinary way of cleaning by lifting the waste and dump or burn will not help in this matter. It require specified industrial units to destroy it. With new innovated technology India is moving with fast speed in the development, manufacturing and using electronics goods. This segment of industry is facing a very especial problem that its technology and models of electronic goods are changing fast that within ...
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Bulk of Dehradun’s e-waste ends up with illegal recyclers; here’s why 13.12.2019 Citizen Matters
A majority of citizens and traders dealing in electronic items have never heard of e-waste management rules or extended producer responsibility. Where does the city's large quantum of electronic waste go then?
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Meghalaya eyes Korean tech for waste management 18.11.2019 The Assam Tribune
Meghalaya eyes Korean tech for waste management
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Eco India: The artisans recycling floral waste from Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak temple into natural dyes 17.11.2019 Scroll.in
How a Mumbai-based designer has established a thriving, sustainable business by using discarded materials to create experimental dyes and vibrant textiles.
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Garbage to gold: Shillong women’s group shows the way 15.11.2019 Citizen Matters
Ambitious, big-money plans remain on paper, but a women's self help group comprised of ragpickers-turned-recyclers could help the hill station solve its ugly waste crisis.
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50000 workers face serious health risks in illegal e-waste processing units in Delhi 11.11.2019 Citizen Matters
A study identified 15 e-waste processing hotspots in Delhi, housing 5000 units that operate without any safeguards for its employees, who are exposed to chemical or metallic dusts, vapour and acidic effluents.
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How we think about e-waste is in need of repair 25.10.2019 Scroll.in
China and Ghana are looking less and less like electronic wastebaskets and more and more like leaders in a powerful, informal green economy.
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Factbox: Wheeler dealers - how to make money from scrap tyres 18.10.2019 Reuters: World News
International trade in waste tyres has almost doubled in the past five years, according to data provided by customs departments to the United Nations, generating millions of dollars in business across the supply chain.
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Centre widens import ban of plastic waste 16.10.2019 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
Amid reports of how private recyclers are slyly bringing plastic waste into the country in the form of PET flakes and lumps, the Centre has further tightened the rule by bringing clarity in the import ban order which will be applicable for plastic waste in all forms. The move will help control plastic pollution as recyclers won't be able to import plastic waste.
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Assamese NRIs in US, Canada plan fund-raising marathon for better education 10.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Assamese NRIs in US, Canada plan fund-raising marathon for better education
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Durga Puja 2019: Some Glimpse of Durga Puja Celebration in Delhi 6.10.2019 NDTV News - India-news
Durga Puja, celebrated across the country with much zeal, is seen in a very unique flavor in the Delhi. Huge pandals with idols of Goddess Durga are set-up for Durga Puja celebrations, and devotees...
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PM Urges CEOs To Leverage "Startup India" Platforms For Global Solutions 26.9.2019 NDTV News - India-news
Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged global CEOs and top American executives to leverage the ''Startup India'' innovation platforms to formulate solutions for the entire world on challenging issues like...
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Indonesia Returning Hundreds Of Containers Of Contaminated Waste To West 19.9.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
Indonesia is sending back hundreds of containers of contaminated waste to the West after shipments supposedly containing plastic meant for recycling were found to hide hazardous substances, customs...
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