Kothagudem: Rotary and Rotaract Club of Inbhadra members and ITC Limited executives took out a rally to create awareness among the public about the...
Capital infusion to enable the company to expand network of Recykal Points to over 100 locations in tier 1 and 2 cities pan-India
Railway minister Piyush Goyal was speaking at an event to mark the inauguration of the newly electrified Dhigawara-Bandikui section under north-western Railways.
Plasma is one of the four basic states of matter and can be created by heating a neutral gas or subjecting it to a strong electromagnetic field.
Google said it has already made a reduction in plastic use in its packaging since 2016, but it has "a lot of hard work ahead in order to meet this new goal".
Mariyapuram in Warangal Rural is treading the path of development on several fronts
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He flagged of an awareness rally organised by NRI Parents Association and Lions Club of Diamond in Khammam on Wednesday
The Philippines faces a waste crisis, with a report last year saying it uses a "shocking" amount of single-use plastic, including nearly 60 billion throwaway sachets per year.
“The bag looks like a plastic bag and has strength and flexibility like the plastic bag. But the similarity ends there. The bag is biodegradable under composting. You leave it on ground and it will degrade in about three months,” says Dr Raju
As per a study conducted by Assocham, India is likely to generate about 775.5 tonnes of medical waste per day by 2022 at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of about seven per cent.
Authorities take various measures to implant blanket ban on plastic usage in the town
"Nearly 99 per cent of plastic delivers great value to get into your cars, which cannot be rolled out without it. It is an important material that will play a vital role in improving the quality of life," said Saudi petrochemical giant Sabic executive Janardhanan Ramanujalu.
Shamli District Magistrate Akhilesh told reporters on Sunday that 35 farmers were also fined Rs 2,500 each for burning stubble in their fields, amounting to Rs 87,500.