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Segregation Of Organic-Waste For Recycling And Treatment (SORT)

Delhi and Noida, like many cities in India, suffers from inefficient Municipal Waste Management and the main problem is lack of waste management plan and lack of involvement of different stakeholders in systematizing waste collection and disposal. In response to this need, IPCA has launched a project “S.O.R.T.” (Segregation of Organic-Waste for Recycling and Treatment) supported by Swarn Lata Motherson Trust in Delhi/NCR. In this project waste will be minimized by source segregation and composting through a Sustainable Approach of Solid Waste Management.

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Innovative Mechanism For Management Of Plastic Waste

A model, supported by SBI Cards and Payment Services Limited, ensures sustainable supply chain management of plastic waste with inclusion of maximum stakeholders in the process

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MY 10 KG PLASTIC

(A Campaign by IPCA for Extended Citizen Responsibility)

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Garbage Recycling Program

This is a self sustained program launched in 2003 in which IPCA provides door- to- door Municipal Solid waste collection services. The waste collected is segregated and channelled to respective recycling industries.

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Certificate Course On Entrepreneurship In Solid Waste Management

Indian Pollution Control Association (IPCA) and TERI School of Advanced Studies (TERI- SAS) have launched a Certificate Course on ‘Entrepreneurship in Solid Waste Management’.

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Project RELISH

Project RELISH (Recognizing and Empowering Local Initiatives for a Sustainable Habitat) is a pan- India project launched on 16 October 2020. It aims to recognize, appreciate and bolster the efforts made by organizations working towards management of solid waste at the grass roots of India. The project stemmed out of the need to strengthen these organizations by rendering them appropriate platforms for learning, sharing and evolving. Objectives:

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Zero Waste Campus At CPCB

Campus at Parivesh Bhawan, the head quarter of Central Pollution Control Board in 2014 which ended in July 2016. The project was envisaged with the following objectives:

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Primary Education Program For Ragpicker`s Children

Noida and Gurgaon are associated with Indian Pollution Control Association for waste management projects. These rag-pickers earn their livelihood by collecting waste material from different sources. This is done collectively by each family member including children. Therefore, their children do not get the opportunity to go to school for education. IPCA believes that without education, their lifestyle and social status can’t be improved. Keeping this in mind, IPCA in association with India Development Service (IDS), USA initiated a primary education program for rag-pickers’ children in Delhi/NCR in year 2012.

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Health Care Program

Of infectious diseases due to their frequent exposure to unhealthy conditions and lack of awareness about health care and hygiene. IPCA advocates the concept "a healthy society of young children contributes towards clean and healthy India by undertaking the initiative of "Health Care Program for Rag-pickers with the financial support from India Development Services, USA, which is in continuation with the existing "Primary Education Programme for Rag picker Children" at 5 different primary education centres in Delhi NCR w.e.f. 15 th September, 2015.

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Tetra Pak Packages Recycling

Paper and 25% aluminum and polyethlene and it is 100% recyclable but only few recyclers Like Daman Ganga Paper Board Mill in Vapi, Gujrat and Deluxe Recycling India Pvt. Ltd., Thane, Sundaram Multi Pap Ltd.in Maharashtra are able to recycle these cartons at its maximum.Due to this there is lack of awareness among the waste dealers and general public about the recycling option of these cartons and they mix these valuable cartons with other waste and we loss our valuable natural resources.

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Garbyhog Home Builder

Build their capacity in handling biodegradable waste. The project used story book magic and a practical hands-on experience to turn Vermicomposting into fun learning with a social and moral message. It was designed to impart the know-how of recycling biodegradable waste into Vermicompost. The project was supported by the Department of Environment, Govt. of Delhi NCT and inaugurated by the then Chief Minister Smt. Sheila Dikshit. More than 100 schools from Delhi/NCR participated in the project.

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EPRO

EXTENDED PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY (EPR) FOR & PLASTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT IN INDIA

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Doh Bin

Richmond Park, Hamilton Court, Tetra Pak India Pvt. Ltd., Coca Cola India Pvt.Ltd., Indian Pollution Control Association and Parkash Environment Group with the media partner Hindustan Times Ltd. The project was launched on 1 December 2013 at DLF Phase IV, Gurgaon. The Project aimed to encourage and initiate the practices of source segregation of household waste and channelize segregated waste for recycling. As part of the project, ‘Twin bins system’ was promoted at household level forsegregating wet and dry waste.

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CHAMP

Programme (Project CHAMP) was launched by IPCA in collaboration with Forum for Air Quality (FAQ) in 2016. The project aimed to create “Clean Air Champions” in schools of Delhi/ NCR who are sensitized and informed about the concept of air pollution, its sources and its consequences. These champions will be trained to take action at individual level.

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Tendrella And Her First Aid Box

Veena Nagpal, Managing Director, Environmental Education Promoters and supported by Dept. of Environment and Forest, Delhi NCT. It aimed at creating awareness among school children of how prevalent wasteful human behavior patterns are leading the earth to disaster and that humans can best live in harmony with nature and not by misusing or exploiting it.

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