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Vinod Kumar Jindal Jan 25
Replying to @MoHUA_India
I request my colleagues from , officials from Municipal corporations, State Mission Directors of SBM & my fellow citizens to be a part of the challenge. Contribute in achieving the goal of a Swachh Bharat & be a !
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Durga Shanker Mishra Jan 24
I request JS-SBM Shri & my good friends & and Principal Secretaries of SBM from various states to share their practices.
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Vinod Kumar Jindal Jan 25
Thank you , Shri DS Mishra sir for nominating me for the challenge. I feel honoured and I am sharing my best practice with everyone here!
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Back to Steel Jan 26
Composting fr last 8 yrs.Haven't given biodgrdble waste to ULB since then.This 'black gold'made organic home gardning possible fr me. 'Carry My Own' is my mantra wherever my family goes I run Bartan Bank to help people avoid Disposables.
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paveela bali Jan 29
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Krishna Mohan N Jan 27
No more landfill, I am trying to collect and dispose of waste properly from the last 1 month from my end. I request my fellow citizens to practice and it's fun collecting.
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SANAM ABHINAV GOUD Jan 27
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Malini Laxmansingh Gaur Jan 24
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Nehalee 12 Jun 14
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Vizag - A Predestined City Jan 26
Replying to @SwachSurvekshan
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paveela bali Jan 27
keep inspiring 55 students,16 kids passing by saw us cleaning & joined it took us 1:15 hrs to clean the mess of years
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Malini Laxmansingh Gaur Jan 25
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bestsirearm Jan 29
Be it cloth pads or menstrual cups, switching to a more sustainable period product is one of the best decisions you can do for producing less waste. Tag a friend using more sustainable alternatives to share their .
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DR K S R MURTHY Jan 26
Replying to @ksr1948
It may not look like much, but switching from disposable tea bags to a tea strainer would produce much less waste! Tag your friends and encourage them to share their sustainable practices. Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs Swachh Bharat
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Pinky Chandran Feb 9
Coffee at the airport, in my reusable cup. I also pack a spoon, plate, and a tiffin box, in case there is a need for some takeaway. Another thing that I carry is tea powder and sugar, to avoid tea bags and sugar sachets
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Vizag - A Predestined City Jan 24
at supporting biodegradable plates
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Amita Pillai Jan 25
Life without single use disposable plastics for past 5 years. Saying no to carry bags, plastic cutlery, plastic straws & plastic/paper cups. Using steel, bamboo, glass cutlery & cotton bags
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Vijayawada Municipal Corporation Jan 29
staff providing kits to the households and making them aware of the home composting procedure.
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Sandeep Tibrewal Feb 13
Let's eliminate single use plastic water bottles from our offices/event & use Glass/steel bottle & reuse MYMCB youth organisation have decided to distribute Glass Bottles and create awareness
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NKN Feb 10
Vaishali sector 6 residents working with to make the green belt polythene free.
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