Ecobricks are getting limelight in India

Thanks to The Times of India Delhi Times 12.08.2021 covered our Rise Foundation NGO work on ecobricks in Dwarka New Delhi (bottom right ).

Here’s the online link:
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/arti…/85241154.cms


The benches made in Brahma Apartments with the help of Munish Kundra and other people like Madhu Ghai Vandana Gupta Anuradha Ganguly Ramaswamaiah Madhuri Rawatt Varshney and many more people.

According to the environment ministry, in the year 2019-2020, India generated 3.4 million metric tonnes of plastic waste. In the wake of such statistics and only a small volume of plastic being recycled, ecobricks can act as a resource to reuse plastic for the greater good.

We will continue our campaign to fight plastic pollution/ ocean pollution.

History of Ecobrick?

Ecobricks were first made in number and utilized on a community scale in Guatemala in 2003 with Susana Heisse’s project Pura Vida Atitlan. Since then numerous projects have been started all around the globe.

What is an Ecobrick?

An Ecobrick is a plastic bottle filled, and packed tightly with none recyclable materials so that it can be used as a building block for a structure. Pretty much becoming a brick, made of plastic.

#zerowaste
#zeroismorechallenge
#ocesnpollution
#IPCC
#ecobricks

Published by RISE Foundation

NGO Working in Waste Managament, Environmrnt Protection and Women Empowerment

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