In India, we have to minimize the use of dustbins. Dustbins will be used only in public places like
bus-stop, post office, inside bank, inside restaurant for throwing food wrappers, use and throw type handkerchief,
WE HAVE TO INTRODUCE 100% DOOR-TO-DOOR COLLECTION AND THEIR TREATMENT BY SOCIETY OR BY GOVT. OR BY SOCIETY-GOVT. JOINTLY. For every housing society, village, schools, colleges, offices, restaurant, everywhere there has be rules for door to door garbage collection by some GO or NGO on payment basis, and they need to be treated to have compost, biogas, plastic items, paper items etc.
If any needs to talk me, we can discuss.
In INDIA, MORE DUSTBINS MEANS MAKING MORE PLACES DIRTY.
DOOR-TO-DOOR GARBAGE COLLECTION & THEIR TREATMENT, IS THE EASIEST WAY TO HAVE CLEAN INDIA. IN THIS TECHNIQUE, THE GANGES WILL BE ALSO CLEANED AUTOMATICALLY. more
Thanks for understanding my views.
What I realized, I raised the issue to all of you. I presented the long version of the presentation is some conferences too, and got appreciation. Now it is our time to implement the same in our lovely beautiful country India. more
If we don't try area wise, then it is really very difficult to implement. Some people will not be ready to pay even Rs 30.00 per month for door-to-door garbage collection. For that the society has to approach and take the responsibility to take the burden.
If we all try, within 3-6 months, it is possible to make clean and green India. more
Thanks for understanding my views. SWM can generate revenue. What ever I know, the NGOs like Muskan Jyoti, A-Z consultancy etc. earn a lot from SWM. Their CEO earns around 2-3 lacs/month from this business. Some industries as a part of CSR provides land and some equipment cost for the initial start-ups. Govt. is also committed to spend initially. So it highly possible and can be implemented in India.
We can discuss further.