Environmentalist Pravin Mishra contributed to an environmental awareness campaign in Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Dr. Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi on 13th December 2022. He created awareness among students to keep our city clean by channelizing the dry and wet waste at the source. He focussed on methods to compost wet waste at home by preparing bio enzymes for it. According to him, dry waste should be segregated at home and sent to the Garbage collection center to minimize urban pollution.
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MGD member and Environmentalist Pravin Mishra participated as the keynote speaker in the environmental conclave session at Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh yesterday. This educational institution is committed to mitigating the risk arising from climate change. As a small step in this endeavor, the Eco Club of the school initiated a program ‘The Environment Conclave – प्रण से परिवर्तन ‘ entailing a plethora of engaging activities to generate awareness amongst the future generation to combat climate degradation.
The school inaugurated the session at 11 am on the school premises. Pravin Mishra addressed the future generation by enlightening them on the Environmental Crises faced today and the pivotal role they can play for a sustainable planet. Mr. Mishra delivered a session on Urban Kitchen Gardening cum Composting among Students and School Team.
Our sincere thanks to Ms. Alka Kapur, Principal, Modern Public School, and faculty members for taking such an inspirational step to protect our environment and Pravin Mishra Ji for sharing this inspiring story with the Mission Green Delhi platform’s audience.
In 2019, the Delhi government flagged off 200 sewer cleaning machines. These machines were given to skilled cleaning workers so that they would not have to enter the tanks and manhole or sewer to clean them. This vehicle and cleaning machine technology developed by Delhi Jal Board officials will make it easy to keep Delhi clean and our sanitation workers will also be safe.
In 2020, the government launched the Green Delhi app to control pollution so that residents of Delhi can report polluting activities from their mobiles.
In 2020 itself, the government announced the tree transplantation policy, according to which any department would have to transplant eighty percent of the trees to do the development work and also take care of them. For this, they have to seek help from a panel agency set up by the government. In addition to transplantation, ten saplings will also have to be planted with each tree.
The roads of Delhi are being dusted free through Mechanized Road Sweeping or MRS machines.
In 2017, pilot testing of anti-smog towers had been carried out in areas with polished areas like Anand Vihar and Connaught Place in Delhi.
In 2020 itself, the Delhi government set up a green war room set at the Delhi Secretariat to monitor the polling at 13 hot spots.
To clean the Yamuna river, Delhi Government held a review meeting with the Delhi Jal Board in November to reduce Yamuna pollution by 90 percent by March 2023. Delhi Jal Board shared a plan to use 400 MGD treated wastewater. At present 90 MGD treated wastewater had been used.
CPCB launched COVID19BWM Android App for biomedical waste management tracking and disposal.
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