Alappuzha in Kerala among the 5 tops cities in the World to manage Waste efficiently – United Nations

Great job – proud to be from Alappuzha District

Highlighting India’s waste woes, an environment expert had commented, “If waste management is not done right then by 2030 India will need a landfill as big as Bengaluru.” When compared to other countries of the world, though India is lagging behind, the good news is that it has already started taking baby steps towards curbing its waste generation. And interestingly, the United Nations recently lauded one of those small yet terrific measures in their report titled ‘Solid Approach To Waste: How 5 Cities Are Beating Pollution’.

Source: United Nations Lauds the way Kerala’s Alappuzha Manages Its Waste And Does Away With Landfill | News


Update : 04-December-2017 12:28 (IST)

If every citizen of India decide to contribute to build a new India which is clean, corruption free and a safe / healthy place to live, nothing / nobody can stop us.

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