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March , 2017
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Mumbai school dumps old ways, recycles 3,000-kg waste

Source: Hindustan Times, Date: March , 2017

Hindustan Times, Mumbai, Mar, 2017 : An international school in Mumbai is doing its part to help the city reduce its waste. The school has recycled more than 3,000kg garbage on its campus in just six months, preventing it from being sent to overburdened landfills. About 100 students and staff of Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Bandra Kurla Complex, are part of the drive to compost 15kg vegetable waste daily and convert it into manure. The efforts are spearheaded by 25 students of Prakruti, the school’s eco-club. About 80kg compost is generated a month, which is used to nurture the campus grounds.

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