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TCE – ENVIS CENTRE
“BEAT PLASTIC POLLUTION”

Proposed Activities:
“Awareness campaign on plastic waste pollution” on….
  • Proper disposal
  • Proper handling
  • Proper management
  • Myths and facts on waste plastics/plastic
 

Schedule – 1:

  • One/two day seminar session for school students briefing the awareness about the waste plastics and its pollution.
  • The students will be from both government and private schools. Students from 6th class to 9th class will be invited to participate. Targeting school students will help creating an enormous amount of awareness among the public.
 

Schedule – 2:

  • Workshop for college students, NSS and NCC volunteers and staff coordinators from various institutions.
 

Schedule – 3:

  • Workshop/training/awareness for self help group peoples.
  • The workshop will be about creating awareness on how to collect waste plastics from the society and the process of shredding and supplying to the government for road laying and for further product developments.
 

Schedule – 4:

  • Awareness camps to house wives/ladies/servant maids regarding the segregation of the waste plastics at source.
  • This can be done with the help of NGOs and other ladies organizations. This will help in preventing the waste plastics to enter into the municipal solid waste, thus helping to reduce a major problem of segregation at the treatment plant.
 

Schedule – 5:

  • Training camps to rag pickers, Municipality, Panchayat and corporation workers.
  • Seminar for NGOS and social volunteers.
  • The training will be focused on proper collection of solid waste and waste plastics from domestic waste. The training also focuses on the ill effects of burning plastics.
 

Schedule – 6:

  • Meeting of plastic manufacturing association members to discuss their role in managing waste plastics.
  • Brainstorming discussion with PCB officials and the members of plastic association will be conducted
 

Other Activity:

  • Conduct of competition for school students, college students and public.