Burning trash in Nepal

Burning garbage is easy but comes at a price!

    Burning garbage has been a common and easiest solution to manage garbage in or out of the house. The effect to human health and environment of burning garbage is disregarded in the community. Surprising thing is that it doesn’t matter what the materials is as long as it catches fire it is being put

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Mind your waste!

Living in a clean and green community is not optional. But the situation might not be the same every time and everywhere. For sure most of us get bothered by filthy community or neighbourhod. What would be your responses and reaction if your community is dirty? How often you mind your waste or asked others

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waste collection bin

Why waste is not in waste collection bins?

Having waste collection bins in cities and towns is a good practice. On the other hand, having effective and efficient bins is even more crucial. Additionally, disposing of waste only in waste collection bins is equally important. Do you see anything wrong with the waste collection bin in the image above? These are the bins for

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Here’s How You Can Manage Your Food Waste in Nepal

A report published by Asian Development Bank(ADB) in 2013 says 66% of total Municipal Solid Waste is an organic waste. It is observed that the trash bag with organic waste contains the significant amount of food waste as well. The report by ADB illustrates that only 30% of surveyed household segregate waste at source. Which

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Waste segregation: topic with least attention in Nepal

Waste segregation might probably be a topic with least attention in Nepal. Everybody wants to get rid of waste as soon as possible. Waste, in general term, means stuff that is of no use, it doesn’t matter whatever be nature and origin.  Unfortunately, most common practice here starts with packing the waste in a plastic bag.

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