Vermicomposting is a bio-oxidation process of organic materials and involves a joint action of earthworms and micro-organisms. Earthworms (Easinea foetida) breakdown organic wastes into a stable non-toxic material with good structure, which has a potentially high economic value as soil conditioner and manure for plant growth. Participation of inoculated earthworms in vermicomposting magnified the process by both quality and quantity within shortened duration. Thus, vermicomposting has many other advantages, especially in ecological terms. To know more about vermicomposting Click here.
Tetra Pak Cartons Recycled Products
Tetra Pak Cartons/Packages is made up of 75% paper and 25% aluminum and polyethylene and it is 100% recyclable but only few recyclers are able to recycle these cartons at its maximum. Due to lack of awareness among the waste dealers and general public about the recycling option of these cartons, they mix these valuable cartons with other waste, and we lose our valuable natural resources. Therefore, IPCA in association with Tetra Pak India Pvt. Ltd. is running an awareness program for the waste collectors and dealers to educate them the importance of segregation of recyclable waste material and sell the segregated material to its respective recycling industry. IPCA also provides the recycled products which are made up of waste of Tetra Pak cartons, which are as follows: