Sanitation Article Newspaper The Times Of India 2018 Rohini Nilekani PDF

You cannot walk or drive more than a few metres in any Indian city without encountering mounds of rubbish. Even in our villages, you will find garbage billowing around fields, piling up along roads or even lining the forest floor. At many beaches, you are as likely to find your toes tickled by strands of plastic as by little fish.
It is no longer possible to look away.
India’s waste problem is gigantic, and with its economy growing steadily, it will be compounded manifold. Yet, our waste stream management has not even got off the ground.

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Stop the waste from burying us: State or society is usually blamed, but let’s look upstream at producers of waste

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