India is a land of cultural heritage and diversity, and its temples are a prime example of this. People from all over the world come to India to visit its temples and experience the religious and spiritual practices associated with them. However, this influx of visitors also brings with it a massive problem of plastic waste.
The interesting blog post provides ways people are using which are not only reducing plastic waste but also producing valuable products providing employment to numerous people. Plastic upcyclers!
Adani and Polymers!
The infographic blog post provides insights of the Adani and Polymers! Involvement of Adani in various facets of Polymers. Hope you enjoy it!
Microplastics in Major Indian Rivers
Microplastics are tiny plastic particles up to 5 mm in diameter. Many studies are reporting microplastics in various Indian rivers. The blog post thus reports microplastics in major Indian rivers.
Approximate Degradation Rate of Plastics
The blog post provides approximate degradation rate of plastics such as polyethylene terephthalate, high density polyethylene, etc in landfill and marine conditions.
Are we really bad in recycling plastics?
The inforgraphic blog post deals with the comparison of recycling rates of plastic with other materials. Hope you like the information.
Interesting Reuse of Waste Plastic Bottles
The infographic blog post provides topics which mentions interesting reuse of waste plastic bottles
This blog post is a quiz!
Conventional Polyurethanes vs Non-Isocyanate Based Polyurethanes
The infographic provides basic general difference between Conventional Polyurethanes vs Non-Isocyanate Based Polyurethanes
Zomato and Plastic Waste
Zomato is one of Indias largest food delivery service provider, and is also a big contributor to food packaging waste. Blog post provides details of the steps taken by Zomato to reduce Plastic Waste.