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Horticulture Waste Management

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Decentralize Horticulture Waste Management In a municipal precinct, heaps of horticulture waste may be found every day near parks, gardens, and greenbelts. Some locals who still burn tree branches and dry leaves to cook food and to keep themselves warm in winters pick up some of it. But the large mounds of the waste are [...]

Waste to Compost – Kooda Bhi Bikta Hai

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Waste is a reality It is an irony of all the earthly functions that worthy and waste exist alongside. Ignite a flame to dispel darkness, and bear with undesirable fumes and ash!Leafy trees and vegetation may be life to parks and gardens, but the heaps of their dead leaves and branches are also an unpleasant […]

Is your Leftover Food really a Waste!

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Wherever there is food, there is bound to be leftover too in some quantity. The general household practice is to put the consumable leftover into the cool preserve of refrigerator. On commercial level,say at restaurants, hotels, and mess, they have big freezing boxes to store the unused food or if unusable, it goes into waste. […]

How to Manage Waste

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Waste is a reality It is an irony of all the earthly functions that worthy and waste exist alongside. Ignite a flame to dispel darkness, and bear with undesirable fumes and ash!Leafy trees and vegetation may be life to parks and gardens, but the heaps of their dead leaves and branches are also an unpleasant […]

Green Waste Management

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Converting Green Waste Into Soil Nutrient The practice of treating Organic Waste at source is fast catching up these days. Lately, people have begun to understand the advantages of smaller e-processors which can process and reduce substantial volumes of the green waste of a given premises into small quantity of by-product which can be used [...]

Temple Waste Management

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A Technological Offering for Temple Waste Temples are revered as abode of gods. Most worshippers visit the shrine with floral offerings. In return, the priest of the temple customarily gives back a bud or garland as a sacrament (prasad) from the floral offerings deposited on the deity. Sadly, the same flowers, subsumed by our sentiments, [...]