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Plastic Lao Mask Pao



Plastic Lao – Mask Pao!

 

Plastic waste is a massive problem in almost every city and country. But it is not so hard to collect it and recycle it! Join us as we kickstart Dehradun's first such exchange campaign, starting 3rd November.

We’re distributing 5000 reusable masks at our kiosks in exchange for plastic waste like multi-layered packaging (chips/biscuit packets), PET bottles, single-use poly bags, and other forms of plastic.

Your plastic will go to our Swachhta Kendra (Material Recovery Facility) near ISBT, where our hardworking Safai Saathis (waste workers) will safely segregate your plastic to be sent for recycling.



 

If you live near any of the colonies, apartments, or areas in the map below,
our team and kiosk will be near you soon.

 



Our Eco-Exchange Rate for Plastic:

 



Over 100 people have donated their plastic waste!

 

Huge thank you to the Dehradun community for bringing their plastic waste to our kiosk.

 



Our Objectives for This Campaign:

 

  • Spreading awareness on the importance of plastic waste recycling and need for responsible Plastic use and disposal.
  • Strengthen innovative and informal collection mechanisms of plastic waste through citizen engagement and municipality support.
  • Spreading awareness on work of waste pickers within the community.
  • Ensuring the waste collected through the stalls is segregated and recycled responsibly.

 


 

Our Plastic Lao – Mask Pao campaign partners include:


 

This campaign is part of the
HDFC Bank & UNDP Dry Waste Recycling Management Project

 

About The Project:

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) India, in partnership with HDFC Bank is building on the existing systems and processes to reduce the impact of plastic waste on environment in India. The partnership is encouraging sustainable dry waste management practices in India through collection, segregation and recycling of all plastics to move towards circular economy, which is in line with the Government of India's Swachh Bharat (Clean India) Mission, Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016 and Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).