There are eight towns in India including the country’s capital Delhi and the country’s economic capital of Mumbai, whose speed never stops, but in a few years, the plastics have emerged by holding their speed. Unfortunately, these cities that decide the direction of the country’s economy are not in a position to tolerate minor rain. In a few minutes, their alley-mohallas are drowned, and the life gets stuck. If the time is not removed from the time of continuously trapping and growing plastic waste in the drainage line of big cities, then this crisis can be even deeper in the coming time. Due to the scattered plastic garbage around today, the drainage system is becoming demolished and the flood is like a flood is causing.
If talking about four metropolises (Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai), if you talk about Bangalore, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Dehradun, Ranchi and Patna, more than five per cent of the population lives in these cities. These cities are also making important contributions to speed up the country’s economy, but these cities are now being buried under the plastic burden. The question arises, how much rain can our city be suffered? The first talk about two major cities of the country. Every time there is rainwater in rainy rain, only 25 mm of rain can be caught in the rain. After this, the boat will be run in the city. Similarly, the country’s capital Delhi can only face 60 millimetres. According to the research report of IIT Delhi professor “AK Gosai”, published a few days ago, the biggest reason for jumping the drainage system of Delhi has become plastic garbage. At the top of the country’s capital in plastic garbage production, there is a recipient of the total plastic waste in Kolkata, which is once known as the country’s capital, it can be recycled. Similarly, due to the famous Bangalore-IT sector, the name ‘Silicon Valley’ has been famous today, but plastic garbage in the city is also increasing in the same proportion. Because of this, the capacity of its drainage network has also remained halfway. In 2015, the circumstances of Chennai have suffered the flood of the flood. Delhi is at the forefront of generating plastic garbage. Here, the condition of a waterfall is generated from 60 mm. 689.52 tonnes of plastic garbage is born every day in the country’s capital, but the recycling system is very weak. Less than 50 microns is restricted in Delhi, but it is not being followed by hardness.
Similarly, Mumbai can be caught by 25 mm. 9500 metric tons of garbage here emerges, including 3 per cent plastic waste. Most of the 1987 kilometres long open drains of Mumbai become jam due to waste. Rainwater exhaust in Mumbai – the system is 525 km long, which is insufficient. Kolkata is still behind in the area of recycling. Although there is the ability to withstand 75 mm rainfall in the drainage system of Kolkata, however, the problem of waterproofing in 4-6 per cent of the areas is from plastic waste. Here is more than 5 trash plastic and only ten part of that plastic waste can be recycled. Talking about a big city like Bangalore, the ability of the drainage network has remained halfway. Bangalore is only capable of suffering from 45 millimetres; While its capacity used to withstand 80 mm rain. Now 4000 tons of garbage is produced every day, in which 20 per cent of garbage is plastic. Chennai Metropolis, whose ability to endure is only 30 millimetres. Here, 4500 metric tons of garbage emerges, it is estimated to include plastic garbage more than 429 metric tons. The plastic stake in everyday life is approximately 6 per cent, which comes from industrial plastic, about 2 per cent. Every day 1000 metric tons of garbage in Patna is 300 metric tonnes of plastic garbage. Here are 11 thousand catches and menthol plastic trapped due to often jammed. Water conditions are created by one hour in Patna. Similarly, 4500 metric tons of garbage every day in Hyderabad. It contains 5 per cent garbage plastic, which goes to 40 per cent garbage drain, which causes the problem of being drained. 90 per cent of the plastic was stopped due to the waste. This city can catch 30 millimetres continuously.
71 per cent of Lucknow remains garbage in the drains. 100-120 tons polyethene and plastic waste in Lucknow. Here are more than 50 per cent complaints to be drained. Here 1500 metric tons of garbage is born every day. In this city, 20 out of 28 major drains become jammed due to waste. If they think of their solution, the ban on plastic is not a permanent solution, but we have to find the measures of a positive use of plastic waste. This thinking of ‘Plastic Man’ Professor Rajagopalan Vasudevan inspired him to find the method of road construction from plastic waste. In 2002, Vasudevan had presented a research paper on to use of plastic waste in road construction.
Which country has greatly appreciated abroad? In 2004, he came out with the advanced version of research. All the countries showed interest in the technology of the Vasudevan to make the road from plastic waste. They were offered the price offer, but they handed their technology to the Government of India for free. Under this technique, the first plastic waste break into fine particles of the same size, then put in the slurry of Asphalt, heated at 170 Digi Celsius temperature. This material is very strong and durable eco-friendly road prepared, which has a lot of cost of construction cost and maintenance. Vasudevan made the first road based on his technique in the Thiagarzer Engineering College campus of the Motor. After this many small towns of 12 states began to adopt their method of road construction from plastic waste. In 2015, the Center made the use of plastic waste in the 50-meter scope of more than 5 lakh populated cities compulsory. When Indore, Indore, Indore has been declared the second largest city in the country, the reason behind it was better to control plastic waste. Here was a big reason to spread garbage. If the provision was made on its use, then people reduced their use.
The shopkeeper has now started giving the standard level polyethene here. Indore Municipal Corporation has first deleted garbage sticks from the city. The garbage was collected from the home-house. The Municipal Corporation made such a system that the shops started to get garbage at night and the cleaning of the markets was also started. Indore Municipal Corporation made garbage trains with a leaked cubic meter, which holds the ability to collect garbage from one thousand homes. First, this capacity was limited to 300 houses, which has now reached a large geographical area. Now the cycle of cleaning in Indore city runs 24 hours. Women are submitting wet and dry garbage to the municipal corporation. Here are the ambassadors of the cleaning, so that they can also take the elders if there is a decrease in cleanliness. Hygiene committees have been formed in schools and colleges. In this way, the use of Indore city is inspirational for many.
Here is a memory that, the Emergency was held due to plastic waste in Halifax city of Canada, but many cities of the world are using unique to deal with plastic waste. Similar is plan-bring plastic garbage, eat food for free. There is no need to have money in your pocket to enjoy your favourite tea, coffee or snacks in London’s ‘The Ravish Cafe’. There can also be eaten food in the house, including the help of plastic waste, provided garbage is worth recycling. The ‘E-Cover’ organization has taken adventure initiatives to open the resistors of the Rabish Café ‘to deal with the growing burden of plastic waste on the earth. Under this scheme, two days in the month, in this restaurant, the customer pays the bill from plastic waste in two days, which is later sent to the recycling plant. Not only this, ‘The Ravish Cafe’ runs on the principle of ‘Zero-West menu’. In this, the customers are served under the policy of ‘First Come First Pao’ by making a fixed amount of dish, so that the food is not cluttered. Similarly, the steel bottles of steel in place of plastic in the Principe Island. ‘We are coming, changing your plastic bottles. Have you gathered bottles? ‘ – The biosphere reserve team of Principe Island, located in Africa, is filed in the island with the same announcement at the interval of every three months. Once they reached the ‘Bottle Depot’ on the main intersection of the island. In the hands of all, the bore of plastic bottles is seen. On returning 50 bottles, the Biosphere Reserve team gives steel bottles, which can be used repeatedly. The Principe administration started the ‘No Plastic’ scheme with UNESCO in 2013 to make the island plastic. He has been successful in raising more than 8 million bottles of plastic till March 2021. As a similar example, not forgetting and throwing the Bashinde Plastic Garbage of Indonesia’s Mangal and throw, even when it comes to health insurance. Even if not sure, the non-governmental organization named ‘Indonesia Medica’ is operating the ‘Garbage Clinical Insurance’ scheme in Mason since 2010. Under this, local people take advantage of health insurance by depositing plastic garbage worth recycling in ‘West Insurance Clinic’. On handing 4.5 pounds (about 2 kg) plastic garbage, they are given insurance of 10 thousand Indonesian rupees, which is quite enough to raise the normal disease of normal disease. To raise the amount of beam sells the plastic garbage recalling plant in NGO clinic.
Malaysia is less precious than gold, plastic has been competing for plastic garbage raising in Malaysia these days. A startup named ‘Hello Gold’ has started the ‘E-Gold’ scheme together with the Reserve Wedding Machine (RVM) company ‘Clean’. Under this, ‘e-Gold’ is put into customers’ accounts on depositing plastic bottles and tin. ‘E-Gold’ can be redeemed according to the price of gold. To take advantage of the scheme, ‘Hello Gold App’ is to be downloaded, then ‘e-gold’ is connected to the account on the plastic bottle in 500 ‘Clean RVM’ machines across the country. ‘Hello, Gold’ is offering ‘e-Gold’ equivalent to 0.00059 grams of gold instead of a plastic bottle or tin can. There are many such efforts around the world, which are being made to manage plastic waste, which can be resolved by the basis.
There is much research on plastic. Today’s plastic waste will hold the form of a very big problem. There is no awareness of the people in the logo. Plastic circulation is large in online shopping, packed food, and other ways. Every small thing is available in the packing method today. This is why we are increasing the plastic. Not only taught in any school and college, how are the useful use of plastic? How can plastic work from other ways, i.e. plastic option is needed today? The government also promotes the recycling industry. Try to find plastic options for small things. It should be started by itself.