The waste things which cause harm to our environment can be reused in various ways to secure a healthy environment for our next generations and to gain wealth for ourselves.
Only 30% of people in India recycle. It is right of passage for the country to wake up and take management of waste seriously since if that matter is neglected any longer, we will have a landfills the size of a metropolis to bury all of the rubbish by 2030. Composting is the process of turning organic matter into fertilizers. This approach improves the soil’s richness. As a result, it aids in increased plant development. Moreover, it is the environmentally beneficial transformation of waste disposal.
Non-biodegradable garbage is converted into forms of energy such as fuel, heat, or power in this waste management technique. All of them are renewable energy because non-biodegradable waste can be used to generate electricity again and again.
Trash bags and tiffin covers are made from old envelopes. Newspapers can be utilized as unique present wraps, and recycled pages are still used for invitations and other similar tasks. Plastic containers or old bottle tops can be used to manufacture lamps, ice-cream straws can be used to design a card or make colorful structures. In an artistic fashion, plastic bottles could be used to build swinging lights, buckets, or flower stands at home. But, plastic should be prohibited. Biodegradable plastics, such as polylactic acid, are being used to replace them. If we do nothing today, our children will not have a secure environment future. Let us make the best of what we have by making the most of what we have.