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Thumbs up to Youngtown Primary School for their dedication to the War On Waste by making beeswax wraps and writing persuasive arguments about plastic use. The future is in their hands! Thanks to Mrs Boatwright for giving up her time to offer such a great learning opportunity for our students.
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Amidst government crackdown on the use of plastic and its aim towards sensitising the general public against single-use plastic before a blanket ban, a video of a meat vendor replacing disposable plastics bags with leaves has left people on the internet impressed. Shared by Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Twitter, the video features a vendor skillfully wrapping meat in leaves before handing it over to his customer. The Union Minister captioned the video, "PM narendramodi has told us not to use plastics so we are using local leaves because plastics are no more available.
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Photo provided by Milliken shows the results of the use of Millad NX clarifier. A market-dominating polypropylene clarifier has undergone testing to prove that it neither complicates the plastics recycling process nor harms the finished product. The additive is produced by global company Milliken.
A thumb tip is a magician's prop designed to fit over and appear to be the magician's thumb used for vanishing, producing, or switching small objects. A classic effect is to have a silk handkerchief or other small object pressed into the top of the left fist. After pushing it well in with the right thumb, the left fist is opened to show the silk has disappeared.
Bhubaneswar, Sept 11 LocalWire : As part of its green initiative, the East Coast Railway has embarked on a drive to make its premises, especially the stations, trains and resident areas plastic free. In a function held today, ECoR employees and officers took an oath not to use plastic in their everyday life and to educate people on the adverse impact of plastic on environment. The Centre has taken steps to impose a nationwide ban of single-use plastic like plastic bags, cups, plates, small bottles, straws and some specific types of sachets from 2 October2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.