Recycle India Foundation is an NGO that works for purifying our environment and making our lives better by educating, promoting and working in recycling plastic and E-Wastes. We know that Mother Nature is a gift of humanity which we need to protect and preserve for our future and our upcoming generations. Different types of wastes are destroying our natural habitat which is leading to many major problems such as global warming. Recycle India Foundation stands for looking into such problems which are usually neglected by others. We recycle, re-use non-biodegradable materials and make other people aware, educate and pledge to contribute their time and energy to help protect our nature so that our future may be bright and evergreen.
The island's tortoises are being affected as well by eating plastic debris, with half a flip-flop found in a pile of dung.
During the first half of last year, there was a 200% rise in waste paper exports from the European Union to India, according to the Confederation of European Paper Industries.
The world produces 50 million tonnes of electronic and electrical waste (e-waste) per year, according to a recent UN report, but only 20 per cent is formally recycled. Much of the rest ends up in landfill, or is recycled informally in developing nations.
Plastic pollution is currently one of the biggest environmental concerns. It may seem like large amounts of plastic waste are inevitable in the world we live in, but you can help with the plastic pollution issue by being aware of its dangers and taking steps to reduce waste.
The amount of garbage in the world increases as the population grows, and disposable plastic products, like water bottles and soda cans, accumulate over time. Plastic pollution occurs when enough plastic has gathered in an area that it affects the natural environment and harms plants, animals, or humans.