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. Auto major Hyundai Motor India also announced plans to reduce the usage of plastics across all its offices, dealers and service networks.. Similarly, food and beverages major PepsiCo India said it would explore ways to scale up recovery and recycling, equivalent to 100 per cent of its post-consumer plastic waste in the next few years. In 2017, the company said it reduced packaging material weight by approximately 1,532 tonnes by ensuring eco designing of packaging in a sustainable way.."The responsible use of plastic for packaging is our overriding aim and we have organised our efforts using the 4R approach -- reduce, reuse, replace, and recycle. Similarly, as part of the World Environment Day initiative Volkswagen asked its customers to book appointments for water-less car wash, a special service initiative from the brand to assist in water conservation and get saplings for plantation.PepsiCo India President and CEO Ahmed ElSheikh said the company has been working to reduce the impact of its packaging on the environment. Major companies across sectors, including RB, PepsiCo, Nestle and Hyundai, have pledged to reduce usage of plastics in their businesses and enhance recycling on the World Environment Day.PepsiCo will also pilot first-ever plant-based, 100 per cent compostable packaging for Lays and Kurkure snacks products in India. We are committed to removing or reducing plastic packaging. (Photo: AFP) New Delhi: Major companies across sectors, including RB, PepsiCo, Nestle and Hyundai, have pledged to reduce usage of plastics in their businesses and enhance recycling on the World Environment Day.."We have initiated projects on waste management by engaging with relevant stakeholders," Nestle said, adding it also supported initiatives to recycle or recover energy from used plastic."Nestle India also said it will continue with its efforts to reduce, recycle and recover towards protecting the environment. end-of Tags: world environment day, plastic, pepsico, fmcg, nestle Location: India, Delhi, New Delhi.PepsiCo will also pilot first-ever plant-based, 100 per cent compostable packaging for Lay&plastic dinnerware039;s and Kurkure snacks products in India. ElSheikh further said, ".Hyundai said its initiatives will focus on reducing the usage of plastics at its manufacturing plant in Sriperumbudur near Chennai and across all its 493 Hyundai Dealerships and 1,309 Service Workshops."We are committed to working with partners to # leverage new technologies and developing sustainable, environmentally friendly packaging solutions," he said.India will be among the first countries to pilot this new, sustainable packaging solution developed by PepsiCo.and investing in research into alternative materials," RB said in a statement.FMCG major RB has committed to make 100 per cent of its plastic packaging to be recyclable or reusable by 2025. We plan to launch this pilot in the fourth quarter of 2018.The company, along with its vendor partners, will also opt for alternate packaging material for spare parts and usage of water-borne paints.Commenting on the initiatives, HMIL Director - Sales and Marketing Rakesh Srivastava said: "This years theme is Beating Plastic Pollution, for which we are exploring green alternatives to reduce the usage of plastics across all our offices, dealers and service networks"


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نوشته شده در چهارشنبه ۲۵ دی ۱۳۹۸ساعت 9:57
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Khairnar, the Assistant Municipal Commissioner of G/ North said, "We are supporting the initiative because we are confident of the result and the special focus given to the weekends by these organisations will be really helpful. "Unless the government makes a conscious effort to clean the Mithi River or put a filtration system in the river, we will still have a lot of garbage coming to the Mahim beach and more so during the rains because the sea does not keep any garbage in it.The Maximum City’s fight for cleaner beaches is not to slow down." Nevertheless, the launch of this campaign; the statewide ban on plastic; and the result of their own individual ventures have made them confident of seeing an improvement in the condition of the beaches. This is really important," said Ajay. We used to go to that beach as kids to play football and cricket, but now all the charm is lost because the plastic influx has increased so much that all we see is plastic now. The purpose of the initiative, as told by Ajay Govale, the director of Community Impact at United Way, is to enhance the cleanliness of the adopted beaches of Chaitya Bhoomi, Suryavanshi Hall lane, Mahim and Versova.The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is all thumbs up for this campaign and is even providing transport assistance of on-site compactors and loaders. "One of the reasons why the beaches are left to this state is because there is no special effort made to make these beaches attractive. We want that side to remain beautiful. That helps in a big way. We want to get that back," Jay added. Talking about supporting the initiative, Ashok G. Moreover, providing tools for waste management and improving the aesthetics of the beaches are also part of the campaign.".Jay Foundation, Mahim Beach Clean Up, Versova Beach Clean Up and Beach Please are part of the NGO’s campaign called ‘Clean Shores Mumbai’, which was launched on June 23. We want to make an extra conscious effort to make the beaches look attractive and inviting," said Ajay. Riding on this wave of inspiration, United Way, a city NGO has tied up with four such beach clean-up community initiatives, to perform an arduous task of cleaning up four city beaches everyday for 18 months."Suryavanshi Hall side is the only side left with soft sand in that (Dadar-Mahim beach) three km stretch.Jay and Indranil both agree on the reckless garbage disposal in Mithi River, which flows from Powai and joins Mahim creek, as the main reason behind the accumulation of plastic on the beaches. They are left to their own destiny. "Make them see, touch, collect the waste with their hands—they will see helmet shells, syringes, plastic bags, school bags, clothes and all other kinds of waste. While we have Afroz Shah single-handedly taking charge of Versova beach, and not stopping till achieving his goal, his determination has become a source of inspiration for other such initiatives that have popped up across the city. "We have a provision plastic bowl Manufacturers to deploy three sweepers per beach, who will be cleaning the beach everyday for eight hours; segregate the waste collected and recyclable waste will be sent to recycling facilities," said Ajay." Ajay also believes that mobilising volunteers is the most effective way of sensitising the Mumbai population about ocean pollution.Talking about the association, Indranil Sengupta, the founder of Mahim Beach Clean Up, said "Mobilising volunteers becomes a problem so when United Way comes in, it helps in mobilising volunteers because they are constantly in touch with corporates to participate in the clean up


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نوشته شده در پنجشنبه ۱۹ دی ۱۳۹۸ساعت 7:34
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Khairnar, the Assistant Municipal Commissioner of G/ North said, "We are supporting the initiative because we are confident of the result and the special focus given to the weekends by these organisations will be really helpful. "Unless the government makes a conscious effort to clean the Mithi River or put a filtration system in the river, we will still have a lot of garbage coming to the Mahim beach and more so during the rains because the sea does not keep any garbage in it.The Maximum City’s fight for cleaner beaches is not to slow down." Nevertheless, the launch of this campaign; the statewide ban on plastic; and the result of their own individual ventures have made them confident of seeing an improvement in the condition of the beaches. This is really important," said Ajay. We used to go to that beach as kids to play football and cricket, but now all the charm is lost because the plastic influx has increased so much that all we see is plastic now. The purpose of the initiative, as told by Ajay Govale, the director of Community Impact at United Way, is to enhance the cleanliness of the adopted beaches of Chaitya Bhoomi, Suryavanshi Hall lane, Mahim and Versova.The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is all thumbs up for this campaign and is even providing transport assistance of on-site compactors and loaders. "One of the reasons why the beaches are left to this state is because there is no special effort made to make these beaches attractive. We want that side to remain beautiful. That helps in a big way. We want to get that back," Jay added. Talking about supporting the initiative, Ashok G. Moreover, providing tools for waste management and improving the aesthetics of the beaches are also part of the campaign.".Jay Foundation, Mahim Beach Clean Up, Versova Beach Clean Up and Beach Please are part of the NGO’s campaign called ‘Clean Shores Mumbai’, which was launched on June 23. We want to make an extra conscious effort to make the beaches look attractive and inviting," said Ajay. Riding on this wave of inspiration, United Way, a city NGO has tied up with four such beach clean-up community initiatives, to perform an arduous task of cleaning up four city beaches everyday for 18 months."Suryavanshi Hall side is the only side left with soft sand in that (Dadar-Mahim beach) three km stretch. Jay and Indranil both agree on the reckless garbage disposal in Mithi River, which flows from Powai and joins Mahim creek, as the main reason behind the accumulation of plastic on the beaches. They are left to their own destiny. "Make them see, touch, collect the waste with their hands—they will see helmet shells, syringes, plastic bags, school bags, clothes and all other kinds of waste. While we have Afroz Shah single-handedly taking charge of Versova beach, and not stopping till achieving his goal, his determination has become a source of inspiration for other such initiatives that have popped up across the city. "We have a provision plastic bowl Manufacturers to deploy three sweepers per beach, who will be cleaning the beach everyday for eight hours; segregate the waste collected and recyclable waste will be sent to recycling facilities," said Ajay." Ajay also believes that mobilising volunteers is the most effective way of sensitising the Mumbai population about ocean pollution.Talking about the association, Indranil Sengupta, the founder of Mahim Beach Clean Up, said "Mobilising volunteers becomes a problem so when United Way comes in, it helps in mobilising volunteers because they are constantly in touch with corporates to participate in the clean up


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نوشته شده در پنجشنبه ۱۹ دی ۱۳۹۸ساعت 7:32
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" The machine is not converting plastic into water. The makers intend to take the machine to public spaces and are currently in talks with government organisations and corporate firms for the same. Currently, the machine is on a pilot run in Chandigarh and Mumbai. We are also focussing on using solar panels for our next model," reveals Anurag. And what better way than to offer them potable water. More about the machine: With a storage and recycling unit at the bottom and an RO water filtration unit at the top, the machine is equipped with a 7-inch interactive touch-screen and has Internet connectivity.Ever imagined throwing a used plastic bottle inside a waste bin and getting drinking water in return Two students from IIT Bombay have made this possible, in a cool twist to the concept of a vending machine. The concept: In collaboration with a start-up Trestor, they have developed a machine that dispenses 300 ml of potable water in exchange of empty plastic bottles and aluminium cans.The digital token: The digital token or trest can be used to purchase water from other Swacch machines or can be exchanged at general stores for wares. While conceptualising the design we realised that small bottles and can comprise maximum waste.

It costs about rupees 50,000 and CEO of Trestor, Kunal Dixit, says it was worth his buck. "People see dirty bottles and plastic waste strewn all around, but only when they have an empty bottle in their hand do they feel obliged to look for a bin and throw it. Final year students Anurag Meena and Satyendra Meena, with their new invention, the Swachh Machine, wanted to tackle two crucial issues — that of waste disposal and the scarcity of purified drinking water. "When the machine reaches 80 per cent of its capacity, an alert is sent to the administrator and the bin has to be emptied. It’s a basic human need," he says. Final year Physics student Anurag explains the concept. The machine in its current form accepts bottles and cans with the storage capacity of up to one litre," he reveals.. "The idea was to give an incentive to not litter. We later assembled the whole machine in our rooms.Alert system: The machine also has an NFC and Bluetooth interface for unhindered connectivity and a notification system for administrators to alert them on usage and maintenance. I noticed this and thought why not give them an incentive and appreciate their effort. "We designed the machine in our hostel rooms and the fabrication and laser China plastic tray Manufacturers work was done at a workshop in Thane. How does it work Satyendra says, "When you throw in a can or a plastic bottle, the machine crushes the bottle to 1/6th of its original volume and gives water or a digital token in return. "It has an inbuilt water purifier and dispenses both cold and room-temperature water when a bottle/ can is thrown in. It has a capacity of eight litres and is replenished from an external source of water once the storage gets over," he adds.Juggling lectures, submissions and exams the boys had to burn midnight oil for over 95 days to set this up


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نوشته شده در چهارشنبه ۴ دی ۱۳۹۸ساعت 8:38
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And the largest component in the waste dump will be nothing other than plastic, going by the trends now.According to Mr Roshan, the idea was first come to his mind after his team in Bangalore dispatched a truck-full of relief material for the flood-victims in Kerala from Bangalore. "Officials from the Haritha Kerala Mission and various district administrative officials encouraged me and promised me support," he added. Adding to the heap is the waste that will come in huge amount in the form relief materials.Mr Roshan got support from various district administrations, and government organisations."The facebook post appeared on his wall was later shared by actor Tovino Thomas, which sent the post viral.He had also posted a graphical representation of the programme where a 25-member team will be deployed in each district to collect the materials with two collection points.The Haritha Keralam officials lauded their initiative. Ajayakumar, Technical Officer, Haritha Keralam.The plastic waste can be recycled in Bangalore," he said.. Over 150 volunteers have already sworn in for the programme in various districts.The initiative which was announced on the social media has got huge responses from different people all over the world, the youth, V. "Kottayam, Ernakulam, Alappuzha, Thrissur, Kozhikode and Malappuram are ready with the volunteers. I have decided to take all of them back after use including those are currently there," he said.K.A 33-year old Kerala youth working in Bangalore on Tuesday launched a plastic waste management programme which offeres a scientific soution to the probelm.Kochi: Kerala would now have to fight a new battle as it vows to go for the construction of a new state: the waste. "As Ernakulam is the worst affected, we are planning to deploy around 50 volunteers," he said. "Three Bangalore-based plastic waste recycle companies are willing to do the job. This is a good effort and it will be plastic spoon a great relief for the people and the authorities who handle waste management," said P. "I was aware that the plastic packets and containers are going to be waste materials after use. Roshan, said.Although many have willingly come forward to be volunteers in different districts to be part of the programme, Mr Roshan finds it difficult to handle it in the future. As it would be a tough and very long term task, I request state government’s help for this," he said. I talked to the executives of two waste-recycle companies who agreed to collect and recycle those wastes


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» Auto major Hyundai Motor India also announced plans to reduce (چهارشنبه ۲۵ دی ۱۳۹۸ | ۰۹:۵۷)
» We want that side to remain beautiful (پنجشنبه ۱۹ دی ۱۳۹۸ | ۰۷:۳۴)
» We want that side to remain beautiful (پنجشنبه ۱۹ دی ۱۳۹۸ | ۰۷:۳۲)
» The machine is not converting plastic into water (چهارشنبه ۰۴ دی ۱۳۹۸ | ۰۸:۳۸)
» The plastic waste can be recycled in Bangalore (سه شنبه ۲۶ آذر ۱۳۹۸ | ۰۸:۵۳)

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