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Wednesday, 21 October 2020 14:37

Dump it, shut it, forget it

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The lane composting unit can accommodate 25 kg of waste per day from
70 houses on the 10th Cross and 11th Cross of Rajendra Nagar

Community composting begins at 10th Cross, Rajendra Nagar to turn wet waste from homes into compost.

Until recently, 10th Cross Road of Rajendra Nagar at Adugodi ward in BTM Layout Assembly segment was one large black hole with garbage strewn around.

But now it’s likely to become a model lane, thanks to the efforts of Saahas, a non-profit organization, which has introduced the concept of lane composting.

From September 7, residents of this road, have been dumping their wet waste into a composting unit set up by Saahas, which has been helping communities manage their waste at source by reducing, reusing and recycling, since 2001. (BBMP) provided space for the unit. The purpose of this exercise is to collect wet waste and convert it into compost, while deterring people from throwing it on the road and reducing the burden on landfills. The wet waste will get converted into compost in 30 to 45 days.

Monday, 24 February 2020 18:15

Bengaluru gets first e-waste bin on roadside

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The e-waste bin installed on CMH Road in east Bengaluru on Saturday. (Photo: Md Asad)

 

Source: This article was originally published on Times of India

BENGALURU: In a first in the IT hub, a bin has been installed in a public place to collect e-waste. The bin put up on CMH Road in east Bengaluru on Saturday morning jointly by NGO Saahas and Environmental Synergies in Development (Ensyde), NGO, and BM Kaval Residents’ Welfare Association, will collect discarded electrical or electronic devices.

Friday, 21 February 2020 15:19

Throw your waste at new kasa kiosk

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Source: This article was originally published on Times of India

BENGALURU: The city's first segregated waste-collection kiosk opened on NAL-Wind Tunnel Road near Murugeshpalya on Tuesday.

Wednesday, 19 February 2020 14:04

Lalbagh pulls off a neat feat after 10-day flower show

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A pathway sports a clean look at the end of the flower show at Lalbagh

 

Source: This article was originally published on DeccanHerald

With the record-breaking footfall, the just-concluded flower show at Lalbagh also saw a turnaround in waste generation and disposal.

Authorities had taken several measures to ensure proper garbage management as Bengaluru’s premier lung space hosted the Independence Day flower show from August 9 to 18.

The Independence Day flower show at the Lalbagh Botanical Garden, which began on August 9, and ended on Sunday, proved to be a big hit among the visitors.

 

On the last day of the flower show at Lalbagh, many citizens thronged the venue even when though it rained in Bengaluru| Shriram B N

 

Source : This article was originally published on New Indian Express

BENGALURU: The Independence Day flower show at the Lalbagh Botanical Garden, which began on August 9, and ended on Sunday, proved to be a big hit among the visitors.

Source: This article was originally published on THE HINDU

Nearly 20 lakh natural blossoms in breathtaking variety are the stars of the flower show at Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, on till August 18

“Come in with folded hands, this is a sacred kingdom of green,” reads a board in Kannada at the West Gate of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens. For people coming to the 10-day Independence Day flower show, conducted by the Horticulture Department in association with the Mysore Horticulture Society, nearly 20 lakh blossoms (cut, potted and planted on the ground) are on display until August 18.

Monday, 12 August 2019 01:45

Bengaluru: Lalbagh goes litter free, thanks to Saahas

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The impact of this recreational fervor has often resulted in the generation of cliff mounts of waste, largely disposed as un-segregated.

Source: This article was originally published on DECCAN CHRONICLE

BENGALURU: Cheerful faces, energetic feet, colorful attires, and self-proclaimed portrait photographers act as an extension to the floral visual treat.

Tuesday, 04 June 2019 17:17

The three-bin story that has come good

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Source: This article was originally published on Business Line

How a waste segregation programme, ‘Alag Karo’, has made all the difference in Gurugram

One of the largest gated residential apartment buildings in Gurugram is Orchid Petals — with 25 towers, 32 villas, and 6,000 residents. The 1,532 households here generate 1,900 kg of waste every day, of which 1,000 kg comprises wet waste. Of this, the housing complex recycles 700 kg of dry waste per day, collects e-waste separately and has a composting unit for organic waste. It took about seven months to achieve these 95 percent segregation levels.

Source: This article was originally published on The News Minute

The flower exhibition which sees a record footfall of lakhs of visitors on every Republic Day, this time achieved almost zero littering.

 

 

A sustained exercise for the last three years in reducing waste at Bengaluru’s Lalbagh has proved to be a success. The flower exhibition which sees a record footfall of lakhs of visitors on every Republic Day, this time achieved almost zero littering.

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