Ind eng-428-ppt

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Ind eng-428-ppt

  1. 1. Mentor Teachers: Mrs. S. Khan Mrs. P. Roy Mrs. L. Kumar<br />People involved in the project:<br />Ninaad Kulshreshtha<br />Shivaank AgarwalSoham BhatnagarEsha MitraN. Anirudh<br />School: Bombay Scottish School- Powai<br />
  2. 2. Junior paws<br />Taking little steps for the environment<br />
  3. 3. 1st project<br />Excess of Plastic<br />
  4. 4. Problem<br />There is an excess of plastic. The 2005 floods in Mumbai were caused by the plastic choking the drains. 35 kg’s of plastic was found in the stomach of a dead cow in Uttar Pradesh. Is this why plastic is produced? Shouldn’t we think twice before using a plastic bag?<br />
  5. 5. Different Ideas thought by us<br />I don’t mind spending two rupees extra<br />We thought if it could be possible to reduce the production of plastics or charge some amount for the use of plastic. After thinking practically we thought it would be senseless to charge 1 or 2 Rs. on a 1000 Re. bill, nobody would mind to do so. We then decided to tie up with a ‘Aditya Birla Group of Companies’ through the shop ‘MORE- Hamesha Extra’ shop in Raheja Vihar- Powai. We then went with the idea of the ‘reducing the production of plastic bags’.<br />
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  10. 10. EDITTED PHOTO<br />
  11. 11. We tried the same with ‘Haiko’, a shop in Hiranandani, but did not get as much of support. We all were so happy that the people of ‘More’ really interested in doing the project with us. The manager Mr. Kinshuk Mishra was very helpful and got the poster made for us. On the other hand ‘Haiko’ was completely uncooperative and didn’t help us at all in anyway. Nevertheless we were happy doing such work!<br />
  12. 12. We thank our principal for the opportunity and the support provided to us. <br />We finally would like to thank the ‘DESIGN FOR CHANGE’ group for providing this opportunity. <br />

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