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DMI SJGS workshop on recyling bio-degradable waste

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/5/2020 9:36:48 AM IST

DMI St. joseph global school (SJGS) conducted a workshop on how to recycle bio-degradable and non-bio-degradable waste for classes IV-VI at the school premises on February 5.

A press release by the principal of the school, resource person Zuloto, department of social sciences addressed the students on how to differentiate the waste and use it as manure for the fertility of the soil. With the use of related videos and pictures, she went on to explain that if the waste that goes to the earth from humans, factories, industries etc is not recycled, the soil will lose its fertility, which will in turn affect the living species including human beings on earth to cater to their needs.
Zuloto cautioned that one should recycle the waste through a proper process to convert it into manure for the plants and trees and to increase the fecundity of the soil. She highlighted on how the non-biodegradable waste such as plastic, polythene cover, water bottles, tin cans, tires and computers are all items that cannot decay in a land fill affect the soil. 
She also demonstrated how to recycle the biodegradable waste like throwing peels from fruits into biodegradable trash bins.
 

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