Tagore Global School Kurukshetra learned how to recycle plastic into Ecobricks

Do things for people not because of who they are or what they do in return, but because of who you are.”Harold S. Kushner

Tagore Global school Kurkshetra learned how to recycle plastic into Ecobricks on 22nd Dec 2021 from our Team member Indrajeet Singh Sir. Indrajeet Sir recently retired from Airport Authority of India and willing to serve for various social cause. He is quite impressed with the idea of Ecobricks and started promoting the concept in personal capacity to his friends and relatives. We thanks him to participate in cause of Plastic pollution, which cause Littering, Urban Flooding, River Pollution, Ocean Pollution and many animals like Sacred Cow in India consumes large amount of plastic and impacted heavily.

Indrajeet Sir carried out a workshop on Plastic Pollution and Ecobricks to the students of Tagore Global School at very short notice.

Ecobricks are a sustainable building material and an innovative way to store tonnes of our non-recyclable plastic. However, it is not a long-term solution to the problem of single-use plastics.

Students Feedback – “It was a very informative session and a bit of an eye opener on how little of our plastic waste gets actually recycled. Everyone in class is ready now to build Ecobricks.”

Tagore Global School, Kurukshtra believes in delivering quality education to the students.

Rise Foundation want to engage as many people as possible in creating their own Ecobricks. We can hold virtual workshops to teach people the basics and then they can create the bricks in their own time. This could also be something that people do in the office with their colleagues. To organise a session for your school, team or company, please contact +91 9717764262 or mail2risefoundation@gmail.com


Published by RISE Foundation

NGO Working in Waste Managament, Environmrnt Protection and Women Empowerment

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