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You can deposit plastic waste from home like empty milk bags, plastic bottles, old toys and anything which is plastic on specified date and time for your office location. You can carry out this campaign in your society also.
To register your society for plastic waste collection drive and earn 4 voluntering hours...
New book on "The Reptiles of the Northern Western Ghats" written by Dr. Satish Pandey in association with Vivek Vishwasrao, Rohan Pandit and Unmesh Barbhai, which is the third of its kind of the series on biodiversity of the Northern Western Ghats will be launched by Tata Power's CEO & MD ,Mr. Sinha at 3 pm on Monday 3rd June.
A quiz on the theme, "Our biodiversity, our food, our health" was conducted internally for all employees. The quiz consisted of plethora of questions ranging from the knowledge of the origin of certain fruits and vegetables to the benefits that few fruits and vegetables furnish us with.Watch Video
The intent was to drive a campaign to raise awareness about E-waste. The campaign was done in collaboration with TATA CLiQ and Karo Sambhav to promote responsible recycling by setting up E-waste collection centres. The campaign indicates an evolved mind-set of India's *'Reflex Generation' with a proactive participation to responsibly recycle E-waste. This set of consumers does not limit their commitment to the environment with a single grand gesture on one particular day such as World Environment Day or Earth Day but largely prefer taking small yet consistent steps to be more eco- friendly on a regular basis.
Karo Sambhav provided with a pickup service (only for Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata) for large quantity (above 50kgs like Refrigerators, Washing machines, Air conditioners etc.) of E-waste by booking a pick up on the campaign website. To promote participation, Tata Power gave TATA CLiQ e-vouchers up to INR200 for less than 50kgs E-waste and up to INR500 e-vouchers for depositing more than 50kgs E-Waste as a reward.
Videos are curated to focus on the supremacy of vegetables and fruits grown without infusion of pesticides and chemicals. The videos will transpire people to understand how to differentiate between artificially ripen fruits and vegetables and naturally grown fruits and vegetables.