Implement waste management techniques in your communities

by Sadabahar Greens Pvt. Ltd.
Waste management at home Urban plants Reducing waste you throw away has a direct impact, apart from waste segregation following can also be done to reduce the amount of waste
  • Repair the usable items instead of throwing waste away.
  • Don’t throw away the things you don’t want anymore and Give it to someone in need or sell it.
  • Buy products that are durable and have a long life and reduce turnover of clothes and other products.
  • Avoid unnecessary purchases of clothes, products and other appliances.

Reusing The Reusable:

Instead of throwing waste away everything, you should reuse whatever you can. You can reuse the following waste:

  • Paper and Plastic bags can be reused while shopping.
  • Plastic container bottles can be reused in the kitchen.
  • Papers can be used for making creative things. 

Recycling And Composting:

Vertical garden tower Urban plants Home composting is a simple and easy step . Put all the wet waste kept separately in a compost bin and let nature take care of it. This compost can be used for your plants and garden to make them healthy and fertilize. Also many farming companies, farmers and community gardens are interested in organic compost, so compost waste can be sold to interested parties. Recyclable compostable materials can be collected by the council or by private waste collection companies for their use. To make a sustainable compost use Sadabahar composter vertical garden planter tower will help the best feature of it is self fertilizing with inbuilt composter attached with planter that is available at Urban plants

Collective Efforts:

All the residents should take collective actions for reducing and managing the waste generation in their apartment. All residents should segregate their home waste. There should be separate waste collection bins for different forms of waste. There should be a common compost bin for all residents of home waste. The association should create awareness among residents regarding proper waste management at home.


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