Neighbourhood Nursery to Curb Plastic Pollution at Dwarka by Rise Foundation

India generates nearly 26,000 tonnes of plastic waste every day, making it the 15th biggest plastic polluter globally. Discarded plastic waste litter the country’s roads, rivers and also form huge mounds in garbage dumps across the country.

Recently Team RISE Foundation initiated a step to fight plastic pollution by reuse of plastic bags as grow bags for saplings. They started a Neighbourhood Nursery in Brahma Apartments, Sector 7, Dwarka region of South West Delhi.

For more details about this initiative please reach out to Madhukar Varshney at +919717096635.

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https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/india-generates-26k-tonne-plastic-waste-everyday-40-remains-uncollected/articleshow/67646745.cms

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