Refuse, Reduce Reuse, Recycle- The mantra of Waste Management!
After setting up a golden standard of waste management in India by designing the nation's first 4-R garden in Indore, the homegrown corporate team has now been invited to the IAS Training Academy (Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration), Mussoorie to give training on the subject of Waste to Art to the centre's trainees.
Waste to Art Training
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The corporate team used the golden principle of reduce, refuse, reuse and recycle to create an entire garden by re-modelling around 6 tons of waste. With a grown impression of this Indore Campaign, the IAS Academy Deputy Director sent an invite to the Indore team to visit the training centre in Mussoorie and share this knowledge via a training program. The team, along with Sanpreet Singh Negi of Indore NGO and students of local fine arts will stay at the centre from October 19 to November 6 and tell the IAS trainees how to re-use waste again as art!
Indore's Keshav Garden of Goma spread is India's first 4-R garden that has scripted a great success story, especially when the entire nation has dived headfirst to make it big in the Swachh Survekshan 2021. With the tips from the 4-time title award winners, the trainees will sure imbibe the techniques of waste management as core values.