If you spot a stain on your kitchen tile, toilet, floor, table or utensil, your first course of action would be to use a chemical cleaner to make the items sparkling clean yet again. Ever wondered what happens to these chemicals once you flush them down the drain through the kitchen sink or your toilets?
Leaving the residual stubble in the field to rot reases methane which is a greenhouse gas. Burning it instead it a quicker way to clear the fields but releases CO2. Is there really no other eco-friendly alternative for subsequent rice farming?
Plastics and cigarette butts are not the only contributors to waste management challenges. Have you ever wondered what it takes to manage the biomedical waste and why handling it is not easy as one might think?
Cigarette kills… but there is more to the story than lung cancer. Do you know the havoc caused by the cigarette butts that smokers chuck on the streets after they are done smoking? Read more to find out…
In the fight to ban the single-use plastic why does the dairy industry get a free pass? Why is it that the cheese and butter still get packaged in single-use plastic wraps?