KFC Recreation Dress

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South African Woman Uses Recycled KFC Packages To Make Dress

South Africa's fashion designer and blogger made a creative dress out of KFC packaging. She posted the dress on Twitter, which left the audience stunned, and gathered the attention of KFC South Africa. ''Decided to make this dress for KFC from recycled KFC packages to show how much of KFC super fans we are,'' she tweeted. "All this fresh drip, we were never ready,'' replied KFC South Africa. 

Sun, 21 Nov 2021 - 01:40 PM / by Nehal Surana

Tags: South Africa, fashion, Recreation, Recycle, KFC

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

"Innovate Green Technologies Private Limited" Where Customers Use Trash To Purchase Recycled Items

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Sell Your Waste, Buy Recycled Products From Hardik Shah

Hardik Shah, an engineer from Hyderabad who has worked for several years in the IT industry has started his new venture 'Innovate Green Technologies Private Limited'. Shah's cleantech startup was founded in 2017 and allows customers to sell their waste and buy recycled products. “I was inspired to create a system that could help people solve global warming... make environmental conservation a priority,” he said.

Thu, 09 Sep 2021 - 01:30 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Recycle, Waste management, recycled products, leveraging technology

Courtesy: The Better India

Hydroponic Farming

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Mumbai Students Introduces 'Hydroponic' Farming To Limit Plastic Use

To limit the use of plastic and soil in agriculture and to negate environmental crisis, ten management students from Universal Business School (UBS), Mumbai, initiated "Project Roop"- a project to upcycle plastic bottles and use them in "hydroponic" farming. Reportedly, India alone generates 4,059 tonne of plastic waste every day. Hydroponic is a horticulture process where plants are grown in nutrient-rich water than soil.

Sun, 25 Jul 2021 - 09:38 AM / by Prateek Chakradhar

Tags: Waste management, Recycle, Plastic Pollution, Agriculture, Organic Farming

Courtesy: The Logical Indian

Representative Image of Single use plastic

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Canada Eyes To Eliminate Single-Use Plastics Before 2022

Canada's Environmental Minister Jonathan Wilkinson announced that single-use plastics will be banned in the country by the end of 2021. The initiative aims to eliminate plastics waste in Canada by 2030. With this, plastic bags, straws, stir-sticks and others made from hard-to-recycle plastics will be removed as replacements are available for people. Reportedly, three million tonnes of plastics waste is disposed off in Canada annually, whereas… read-more

Thu, 08 Oct 2020 - 06:04 PM / by Dharshana Vijayan

Tags: Plastic, Banned, Recycle, Canada

Courtesy: NDTV